Business in Brief
Customers Bank names Stephen R. King as vice president and commercial relationship manager
WYOMISSING - Customers Bank has appointed Stephen R. King vice president and commercial relationship manager, based in the bank's Exeter office.
"Stephen is an experienced real estate manager with a proven track record in evaluating, developing and managing portfolios to maximize financial recovery. We are pleased to welcome him on board with the commercial lending team," said Timothy D. Romig, Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer for Customers Bank's Pennsylvania and New Jersey market region.
King has approximately 22 years of banking experience, most recently as a commercial banker for Vist Bank in Reading.
King previously worked at CitiMortgage in Voorhees, N.J. as a correspondent account manager, where he marketed, sold and supported commercial and residential mortgage products to mortgage banking clients in Pennsylvania and Delaware. Earlier in his career, King was a wholesale account executive for Sovereign Bank in Rosemont, as well as a senior mortgage consultant for Source Mortgage Corporation in Reading.
King has been a member of the Mortgage Bankers Association of Pennsylvania's Board of Governors for the past four years, as well as president of the Mortgage Bankers Association's central chapter for the past six years. He is also a member of the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors.
King earned a bachelor of science degree in Business Administration, Finance and International Economics from Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg.
Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry accepting nominations
MALVERN - The Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry is currently accepting nominations for two awards that are presented at the chamber's annual dinner in October: CEO/Executive of the Year and and Citizen of the Year awards.
The CEO/Executive of the Year nominee should show steadfast leadership to their company and the community and examples should be provided of significant impacts that have made in the past year.
The Citizen of the Year is awarded to someone who has taken on a community initiative or has had a major impact on their industry though professional and community involvement.
A selection committee will review the nominations and announce the recipients later this month. For an application form, contact Danielle Vetter at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for nominations is Aug. 14.
For more information about the chamber, call 610-725-9100, or visit www.cccbi.org.
MCCC's Phlebotomy Technician program re-approved
BLUE BELL/POTTSTOWN - The National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences recently re-approved Montgomery County Community College's phlebotomy technician program.
The re-approval process involves an intensive self-study and analysis of 22 standards, including the areas of curriculum, policies, materials, resources, operational practices and assessment of continuous quality improvement. The self-study report is then submitted to the accrediting agency for review and approval. MCCC received the maximum four-year re-approval.