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Kinderhook Bank Opens New Delmar Branch



Kinderhook Bank (OTCQB: NUBK) has opened a full-service banking center at 197 Delaware Avenue in Delmar, NY just steps away from its former location in the Delaware Plaza.

 

“As a local community bank, convenient branch locations and services are very important to our customers. The need for a personal relationship with their bank, plus the expectation of competitive technology, drives our customers to stay with us,” said John A. Balli, Kinderhook Bank’s President & Chief Executive Officer. “This new Delmar Banking Center will allow us to offer expanded branch hours, drive thru services, safe deposit boxes, and other services to customers,” he added.

The new branch has a relaxed lobby atmosphere where the staff builds one-on-one relationships with customers, and offers conveniences such as iPads and WiFi, free coffee/water and cookies for customers, and treats for their pets. A kid’s play and waiting area has been added with toys, puzzles and books to read.

The location also features a coin counter free of charge to customers and a 24/7 drive-up full-function ATM which will dispense multiple note denominations, accept envelope-free cash and check deposits, and produce smart receipts.

Shoham Piorentino, AVP & Branch Manager heads up an experienced team of bankers including Liz Bukowski, Senior Personal Banker along with Tanyah Simmons and Laura Kennedy, Personal Bankers. The team has been together for many years and are excited to once again be with a strong, local, community bank serving residents and businesses in Delmar. Kinderhook Bank also offers a full line of individual and business-banking and lending services, including commercial loan services with Frank Trosset, Vice President, Commercial Lending.

A formal ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held on September 26, 2017 in conjunction with the Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce. Customers that open a new account will receive a free gift while supplies last.

Established in 1853, Kinderhook Bank Corp. is the holding company of Kinderhook Bank, with eight current branch offices in Albany, Chatham, Delmar, East Greenbush, Greenport, Kinderhook, Latham and Valatie. Three additional branches will be open in Amsterdam, Canajoharie and Johnstown upon the merger completion with Patriot Federal Bank later in the Fall.

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