The Dime Bank Relocates Greentown Branch Members News August 2, 2021 On Thursday, July 22, 2021, The Dime Bank broke ground for construction of their new Greentown branch. The facility will be located on Route 507, adjacent to Dutch’s Market and will continue to operate with the same hours as the current location. The facility was designed and will be built by PW Campbell, a firm that specializes in construction for the financial services industry. The new branch office is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2022. The branch design features an updated color scheme, furniture design and the use of innovative technology. The bank seeks to align the branch office with modern banking needs through inclusion of these enhancements. “The design of this new facility is our first office to be specifically constructed to utilize the Universal Banker branch concept. All of the office staff are trained to handle all transactions in order to ensure a seamless customer experience,” Peter Bochnovich, President and Chief Executive Officer said. “We are excited at the opportunity to offer this enhanced physical branch model in the Greentown market and expect that our customers will be pleased with this improved banking experience. All of our branches are transitioning to use of the Universal Banking model and will offer similar customer experiences.” Pictured left to right: Pike County Treasurer John Gilpin; Honorable Michael Peifer, PA House of Representatives, District 139; Paul Otway Dutch’s Market; Gerald Obert, Supervisor for Greene Township; The Dime Bank President and Chief Executive Officer Peter Bochnovich; PW Campbell Principal John Campbell; Chairman of the Board John Kiesendahl; Senator Lisa Baker, PA State Senate, District 20; Board Director Tom Peifer.