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The Westchester Bank Fall 2019 Commercial

John Tolomer, President and CEO of The Westchester Bank discusses The Westchester Bank’s guiding principles.

John Tolomer: Here at the Westchester Bank we sit with our customers, we understand what their business objectives are, and we know that we can tailor the program that works best for them. We also created our own not for profit model to help people who are helping others in our community. Its quite gratifying both from professional and personal standpoint to see how we in our small way assist our customers in realizing their potential. Their successes is our success. Westchester Bank, its banking made personal, it’s how we do business.

The Westchester Bank – featuring Lifting Up Westchester

Anahaita Kotval, Executive Director of Lifting Up Westchester, discusses why they bank with The Westchester Bank

Anahaita Kotval: Lifting Up Westchester we provide emergency services for people who don’t have a place to stay or enough food to eat. We try to stabilize their housing and work with them on vocational employment training. Everything we do is centered on what they need to be successful and we like that our banking partners at Westchester Bank have the same attitude.

John Tolomer: The Westchester Bank created it’s own not for profit model to help people who are helping others in our community.

Anahaita Kotval: It’s very simple and easy to work with them.

John Tolomer: The Westchester bank, its banking made personal, it's how we do business.

The Westchester Bank – featuring Crabtree Kittle House

John Crabtree, Proprietor of Crabtree Kittle House Inn, discusses why they bank with The Westchester Bank

John Crabtree: We’ve been here for 38 years and here at the Kittle House at one point or another every member of the community has passes through our doors. We wanted to refinance the whole building. we chose the Westchester bank because of the people, they are responsive, they are professional they are there for us and they are committed to excellence. 

John Tolomer: Here at the Westchester Bank we sit with our customers, we understand what their business objectives are, and we know that we can construct a program that works best for them. Their successes is our success, its banking made personal, its house we do business.

The Westchester Bank - featuring Beecher Flooks Funeral Home

Bill Flooks, Sr., Proprietor of Beecher Flooks Funeral Home, discusses why they bank with The Westchester Bank

Bill Flooks: Here at Beecher Flooks funeral home, what I love most about my job is being able to help people at a very difficult time in their lives. Our banking relationship with the Westchester Bank is very personal. Last year we started a renovation here and we went to the bank and they were able to help us. 

John Tolomer: The essence of community banking is to understand your customer, to be able to assist them to achieve their business objects cause in the end their successes is our success. The Westchester bank, its banking made personal, its how we do business.

The Westchester Bank - featuring Le Jardin Du Roi

The Westchester Bank - Le Jardin Du Roi video

Joe Quartararo, Proprietor of Le Jardin du Roi, discusses why they bank with The Westchester Bank

Joe Quartararo: What I’m most proud of at Le Jardin du Roi is how we make people feel like they’re part of our family. We want our customers to come feel like its an extension of their home.

John Tolomer: At the Westchester bank it’s quite gratifying both from professional and personal standpoint to see how we in our small way assist our customers in realizing their potential

Joe Quartararo: When I call the Westchester Bank I know I’m always going to get a live person, not a recording.

John Tolomer: The Westchester bank, its banking made personal, its how we do business.

The Westchester Bank - featuring Hope’s Door

The Westchester Bank - Hope's Door video

CarlLa Horton, Executive Director of Hope's Door, discusses why they bank with The Westchester Bank

CarlLa Horton: The mission of Hope's Door is to end domestic violence and to empower survivors to achieve safety, Independence and healing from the trauma of abuse. We chose The Westchester Bank because they take their role as a supporter of their community very seriously and we're thrilled to partner with them.

John Tolomer, President and CEO of The Westchester Bank, discusses The Westchester Bank's philosophy

John Tolomer: The Westchester Bank is a caring partner. We think it's not only good business, but it’s good for the soul to be involved in the community in which we serve Experience community banking at its best. It’s banking made personal, it’s how we do business.

The Westchester Bank - featuring RPW Group

The Westchester Bank - RPW Group video

Robert Weiss, Chairman and CEO of RPW Group, discusses why they bank with The Westchester Bank

Robert Weiss: At the RPW group integrity is the essence of our business. We consider our staff and our tenants part of the family and The Westchester Bank is part of our family as well. You're not talking to a machine you're talking to a person that really careers.

John Tolomer, President and CEO of The Westchester Bank, discusses The Westchester Bank's philosophy

Tolomer: The Westchester Banks guiding principles include building strong long lasting relationships and that comes through integrity that comes through trust. It's banking made personal, it’s how we do business.

The Westchester Bank - featuring The Children’s Village

The Westchester Bank - The Children’s Village video

Jeremy Kohomban, President and CEO of Children's Village, discusses why they bank with The Westchester Bank

Kohomban: At The Children’s Village, when we create families, we give kids hope. We are a great nation. We can be much greater when we make sure that kids don't fall through the cracks. We want a bank that really cares. We chose The Westchester Bank because they are local and because their values are complementary to ours.

John Tolomer, President and CEO of The Westchester Bank, discusses The Westchester Bank's philosophy

Tolomer: A community bank does well by doing good in the community and that will always be an important part of The Westchester Bank’s mission Experience community banking at its best. It’s banking made personal, it’s how we do business.

The Westchester Bank - featuring Community Living Corporation

The Westchester Bank - Community Living Corporation video

John Signorelli, Founder of Community Living Corporation, discusses why they bank with The Westchester Bank

John Signorelli: We started CLC Group with the idea that we would grow up to be a meaningful entity in the lives of these the developmentally disabled adults in the community and it turns out that we’ve far exceeded our own expectations. The Westchester Bank provides every single banking function that we require They’ve always been there for us.

John Tolomer, President and CEO of The Westchester Bank, discusses The Westchester Bank's philosophy

Tolomer: We get to understand who the customers are. We look at their special needs and we’re able to build programs to satisfy their requirements and we do that in a highly personalized manner. It’s banking made personal, it’s how we do business.

The Westchester Bank 2019 Commercial

The Westchester Bank video 2019

 

John Tolomer, President and CEO of The Westchester Bank, discusses The Westchester Bank's guiding principles

Tolomer: The Westchester Bank’s guiding principles include building strong long lasting relationships and that comes through integrity that comes through trust.

We get to understand our customers’ needs and to be involved in the community in which we serve and that will always be an important part of The Westchester Bank’s mission.

We think it’s not only good business. It’s good for the soul.

Experience community banking at its best. The Westchester Bank.

It’s Banking Made Personal. It’s how we do business.