Cortland Banks Opens Boardman-Canfield Office
CANFIELD, Ohio – Cortland Banks today opens its newest Mahoning County branch at 3615 Boardman-Canfield Road. It’s the bank’s 13th branch and coincides with this month’s launch new checking and savings products under the Kasasa brand.
The new office, at the corner of Tippecanoe and Boardman-Canfield Road, was constructed by The Murphy Contracting Co. of Youngstown. Ed Jakubick and Tim Sexton, of the ES Jakubick & Associates and Sexton & Associates Architects Inc., both based in Cortland, provided architectural services. The full-service branch will house mortgage, commercial, retail and wealth management services.
“We are looking forward to expanding our presence and growing our market share with the new full-service bank,” said Danielle Cantrell, vice president and retail banking manager at Cortland Banks. “Not only that, but we are also looking forward to the newly added convenience and rewards that the branch and new checking and savings products will provide to our customers.”
Bryan Ignazio is retail banking manager at the new branch. “As a proud lifetime member of the Mahoning Valley, I appreciate the investments Cortland Banks has made over the years to our community, most recently building the new office,” he said.
Cortland Banks will have grand-opening festivities and promotions the week of Oct.5, which include on-site DJs, prizes and giveaways. Oct. 9, will be a Youngstown State University-themed day, with autographed memorabilia, ticket packages and appearances by YSU’s Pete and Penny. HOT 101’s Kelly Stevens will broadcast live from the new location on Oct. 10.
Founded in 1892, Cortland Banks has operated as a full-service community bank for more than 120 years. Cortland Banks employs 165 people at 13 offices in four counties: Trumbull, Portage, Mahoning and Ashtabula.
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