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Business Development Officer David Morris Announces Retirement from FCCB

06/01/2021 | Employees

David Morris, VP Business Development Officer, has announced his plans to retire from First Citizens Community Bank (FCCB) after a 42-year banking career.

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Citizens Financial Services 44th Top-Performing Community Bank in Nation

05/28/2021 | CZFS, Announcements, Accolades

For 14 consecutive years, Citizens Financial Services, Inc., the bank holding company for First Citizens Community Bank (FCCB), has been recognized as one of the nation's top-performing community banks by the American Bankers Association. For their 2020 performance, FCCB ranked 2nd for banks in the state of Pennsylvania where they are headquartered and 44th overall - up 15 places from the previous year.

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Mark Elsbree Joins First Citizens Sayre/Towanda Local Board

05/26/2021 | Announcements

First Citizens Community Bank would like to welcome Mr. Mark Elsbree to their Sayre/Towanda Advisory Board. In his role as a board member, Elsbree will be a communication channel for the Bank, providing information on the needs of his community and in turn making sure the community is aware of ways First Citizens can fulfill those needs.

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First Citizens Promotes 17 Employees

05/14/2021 | Employees

First Citizens Community Bank (FCCB) is proud to announce the promotions of 17 employees for their dedication to their communities, their co-workers, and their company.

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First Citizens Recognizes Three Deserving Teachers

05/05/2021 | Community

We've all heard stories of the lasting impact a great teacher can have on a child's life. But committing to teaching means more than caring about education. Great teachers give it their all to help their students succeed. And when the pandemic turned the world upside down, the dedication of good teachers became more apparent than ever. May 7th is National Teacher Appreciation Day, and to recognize some local teaching stars, First Citizens Community Bank (FCCB) took to social media to ask the community about a deserving teacher who inspired them or their child. The prompt reached over 6,000 people, and the Bank selected three outstanding teachers from the submissions who each won $500 for their classroom just in time for National Teacher Appreciation Day.

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