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Tuesday, February 25, 2020
PRESS PHOTO COURTESY NEW TRIPOLI BANKCetronia Ambulance Chief Operating Officer Bob Mateff and Paramedics Andrew Wirth and Keri Miller join New Tripoli Bank President and CEO Dave R. Hunsicker, Cetronia Ambulance CEO Larry Wiersch, New Tripoli Bank Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer John Hayes, and Cetronia Ambulance EMTs Zach Bath and Brandon Selig during a check presentation at PRESS PHOTO COURTESY NEW TRIPOLI BANKCetronia Ambulance Chief Operating Officer Bob Mateff and Paramedics Andrew Wirth and Keri Miller join New Tripoli Bank President and CEO Dave R. Hunsicker, Cetronia Ambulance CEO Larry Wiersch, New Tripoli Bank Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer John Hayes, and Cetronia Ambulance EMTs Zach Bath and Brandon Selig during a check presentation at

New Tripoli Bank donates $10K to Cetronia Ambulance

Wednesday, February 12, 2020 by The Press in Local News

New Tripoli Bank recently donated $10,000 to the Cetronia Ambulance Corps in recognition of the important role this organization plays in the health of the community.

Cetronia Ambulance Corps is the largest community-based nonprofit ambulance service in Eastern Pennsylvania, answering more than 60,000 calls a year and providing 911 service to more than 100,000 residents. The ambulance corps also provides emergency response training and education programs.

New Tripoli Bank, with its original location in New Tripoli, and Buckeye and Claussville Road branch offices, is a proud supporter of Cetronia Ambulance Corps and urges support for this important organization.