DUNMORE, Pa., Dec. 14, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FNCB Bancorp, Inc., (FNCB) today announced that R. Gregory Collins will be joining FNCB Bank, its wholly-owned subsidiary, as Executive Vice President, Chief Banking Officer.
As Chief Banking Officer, Mr. Collins will be responsible for the oversight of the Bank’s commercial lending, retail lending and retail banking units.
Mr. Collins joins FNCB Bank with more than 25 years of managerial experience in banking. Most recently he served as the Area President of Wells Fargo Bank’s Northeastern, Pennsylvania region where he was responsible for the overall sales, service, financials and operations for 38 Retail Stores in nine counties.
“We are extremely pleased to add Greg to our leadership team,” said Jerry Champi, President and CEO. “His vast knowledge of our market and dedication to the community will be a tremendous asset to FNCB as we build on our recent successes and focus on future growth.”
An active member of the community, Mr. Collins has volunteered for many local organizations and currently serves on the Board of Trustees at Misericordia University and as a board member of the Wilkes Barre YMCA, Wyoming Valley United Way and Wilkes Barre General Hospital. He resides in Dallas, Pennsylvania with his wife, Cynthia and daughter, Emily.
About FNCB Bancorp, Inc.
FNCB Bancorp, Inc. is the bank holding company of FNCB Bank. Locally-based for over 100 years, FNCB Bank continues as a premier community bank in Northeastern Pennsylvania — offering a full suite of personal, small business, mortgage and commercial banking solutions with industry-leading mobile, online and in-branch products and services. FNCB operates through 16 branch offices located in Lackawanna, Luzerne and Wayne Counties and a limited purpose office in Lehigh County, and remains dedicated to the communities they serve with an on-going mission to make our customers’ banking experience simply better. For more information about FNCB visit www.fncb.com.
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James M. Bone, Jr., CPA
Executive Vice President and
Chief Financial Officer