2 promoted to branch operations officer
First Citizens Community Bank recently created two branch operations officer positions. The branch operations officers will oversee all operational activities and assist in the continued development and management of the customer service activities within the Mansfield and Wellsboro markets.
Amanda Seeley has been promoted to Mansfield and WalMart branch operations officer, and Nancy Stamilio has been promoted to Wellsboro and Weis Markets branch operations officer.
Seeley joined First Citizens in 2003 as a teller in the Blossburg office. In 2007, she was promoted to the position of customer service counselor in the Mansfield office, where her primary responsibility was focused on satisfying customers' deposit and banking transactional needs. She was promoted in July 2012.
Seeley is a 2010 graduate of the Tioga County Development Corp. Leadership Program and is actively involved in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life. She resides in Lawrenceville with her husband Mickey, and her children, Abbagail, Landon, and Lily.
Stamilio joined First Citizens in 1996 as a sales representative in the Weis Markets office. She was promoted to assistant sales manager in June 2001.
She is a graduate of Olean Business Institute, and is a member of the Galeton Chamber of Commerce, and chairwoman of their annual dinner. She is a graduate of TCDC, and is now co-chairwoman for the group's Youth Leadership Program.
She also serves on the Bradford-Tioga Head Start board of directors. She resides in Galeton.
First Citizens Community Bank is headquartered in Mansfield and operates 17 offices in Tioga, Bradford and Potter counties in Pennsylvania, and Alleghany County, N.Y. For more information on First Citizens Community Bank, visit www.firstcitizensbank.com or find them on Facebook.
Attorney to present
seminar at conference
Lester L. Greevy, Jr., principal of the Greevy & Associates law firm, has developed a continuing education seminar for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute to address estate planning for landowners and royalty owners in the Marcellus Shale region.
Greevy will present the seminar June 25 at the Pennsylvania College of Technology with his daughter, Julie Steinbacher; his associate John A. Shoemaker, of Dushore; and colleague Jim Leonard of New York.
The presenters will focus on inexpensive planning techniques to keep land and royalties in the family while legally avoiding death taxes.
Greevy and his colleagues presented the seminar on June 5 in Mechanicsburg to a group of lawyers at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute's headquarters. The seminar was broadcast via live television to lawyers throughout Pennsylvania.
Greevy has developed and presented dozens of seminars for PBI, and dozens of other seminars for other professional groups for real estate agents, bankers, and others. He and Shoemaker regularly write and present seminars for the National Association of Royalty Owners and the Pennsylvania Society of Land Surveyors. Greevy has presented before the Energy and Mineral Law Foundation, an elite society of energy executives and law professors.
"Greevy has been instrumental in assisting with the development of the oil and gas law curriculum at PBI and develops many educational seminars directed to Pennsylvania attorneys across a variety of topics related to the Marcellus Play," said Erin Tate, Program Attorney for PBI.
Greevy and Shoemaker will present two courses this later this summer at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute's 5th Annual Oil and Gas Law Colloquium.