Old Dominion National Bank Board Names Daniel M. Harrington Vice Chairman

TYSONS CORNER, Va. and STATE COLLEGE, Pa., August 31, 2020 — The Board of Old Dominion National Bank has appointed Daniel M. Harrington to serve as vice chairman, succeeding Wesley Yuan, who remains a director of the bank.

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WBJ: ODNB “a rare institution” accepting CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) applications from new customers

“I’ve talked to a lot of small businesses because they are bringing the employees back,” said [ODNB CEO Mark] Merrill, whose bank a rare institution that’s accepting PPP applications from new customers so long as they open a deposit account with the bank. “They have developed a group that was working extremely well when the virus hit, and they don’t want to dismantle it because they are just not going to get it back.”

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Lunch with Mimi: As President of the New Centre1st Bank, Jack Infield Is Focused on Making a Difference for Local Customers

Jack Infield, president of Centre1stBank, a division of Old Dominion National Bank, is a seasoned banker. He has more than three decades of community banking experience in leadership and regional president positions with PNC, Waypoint Bank, Graystone Bank, and Ameriserv Bank in central Pennsylvania. Centre1st Bank opened its first full-service branch in State College in early 2019, offering a full range of commercial and consumer financial services to communities throughout central Pennsylvania. More than 150 individual shareholders from the State College area invested about $25 million in Centre1st’s parent company, Old Dominion National Bank, where Infield also serves as senior executive vice president.

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Centre1st Bank Celebrates Grand Opening of First Full-Service Branch in Central Pennsylvania

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — May 8, 2019 — Centre1st Bank, a division of Old Dominion National Bank, announced the grand opening of its first full-service branch in State College, located at 1276 North Atherton Street.

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