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Martin William Ball

Martin William Ball

Martin Ball currently serves as Manager and Director of the Whalen and Ball Funeral Home, Inc. in Yonkers. A graduate of the McAllister Academy of Funeral Services in New York City, Mr. Ball has been a funeral director serving the City of Yonkers for 32 years. He has won awards for his management skills, his motivational ability and his outstanding customer service records. In 1995, Mr. Ball sold his business to Service Corporation International and has stayed on to manage the day-to-day operations of the funeral home and to ensure compliance with Sarbane/Oxley as it relates to this publicly held company. Mr. Ball attended Westchester Business Institute in White Plains, Kings College in Pennsylvania and Peekskill Military Academy. He currently serves as the Vice-Chairman of the Yonkers Industrial Agency and has been a member of the Yonkers Charter Revision Committee for the past four years. Mr. Ball is also on the Board of Directors for the Fr. Finian Sullivan Housing Complex. Mr. Ball’s sensitivity and attention to detail will make him a valuable asset to the Bank.

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The Westchester Bank Honored for 3rd Consecutive Year as a “Best Company to Work for in New York State”

Published 05/01/2019

The Westchester Bank, the leading community bank in Westchester County and one of the fastest growing in the country, was recognized on April 24th as a 2019 Best Companies to Work for in New York State. 

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