Patriot opens new branch

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Helping cut the ribbon for Patriot Federal Credit Union’s new branch on Robinwood Drive are, from left, Ken Ditzler, chief marketing officer, Patriot; Trevor Frederick, Frederick, Seibert & Associates; Doug Stouffer, Patriot; Brad Warner, CEO, Patriot; Bob Brooks, board member, Patriot; Jenna Kaczmarek, chief operating officer, Patriot; Mike Kenzie, chief information officer, Patriot; Jeff Cline, Washington County commissioner; Debbie Hoff, board member, Patriot; Charles Salter, board member, Patriot; Dennis Travers, board member, Patriot; Scott Bowen, MSB Architect; Lain Mowen, Eagle Construction; Paul Frey, CEO, Washington County Chamber of Commerce; Cammie Shrewsbury, Robinwood branch manager, Patriot; and Brittany Whiteside, director of member service, Patriot.

HAGERSTOWN, Md. — Patriot Federal Credit Union recently cut the ribbon on its ninth branch.

The new office in Hagerstown, Md., has more than 3,800 square feet. It is Patriot’s second full-service branch in Washington County. 

The branch offers auto loans, mortgages, savings accounts, checking, accounts and certificates as well as wealth-management services.

Cammie Shrewsbury, the branch manager, will oversee a team of six.  

“Thanks to the hard work of our entire Patriot team, we are proud to celebrate the opening of our new Robinwood branch,” Brad R. Warner, CEO of Patriot said in a news release. “…Robinwood symbolizes our ongoing commitment to growth and providing quality financial services to our members in Hagerstown and other communities we serve.”

Established in 1965, Patriot Federal Credit Union has assets in excess of $640 million and serves more than 65,000 members locally and worldwide with mobile banking services, internet home banking and access to more than 75,000 surcharge-free ATMs through the Allpoint, MoneyPass and STARsf networks.

Patriot serves Franklin and Fulton counties in Pennsylvania, Washington County in Maryland and the borough of Shippensburg, Pa.