William Penn Bank Celebrates Grand Opening of Yardley Borough Branch | Business
BOROUGH OF YARDLEY >> William Penn Bank, based in Bucks County, celebrated the grand opening of its new branch at 10 North Main Street, across from Grist Mill in downtown Yardley on Friday September 17th.
The festivities included food, drinks, freebies, a raffle, free paper shredding and more.
The new branch – the fifth in Bucks County for William Penn – offers a full range of community banking services, from personal checks, savings, CDs and residential and real estate loans to business and account banking services. merchants, all supplied with town attention.
In addition to his banking services, William Penn gives back to the communities he serves through local projects including food drives, local initiatives and community partnerships.
William Penn Bank has a long and proud history of service, providing community banking services to individuals and small to medium-sized businesses in the Delaware Valley area since 1870.
In 2019, William Penn moved his headquarters from Levittown to the Historic District of Bristol to be part of the vibrant and growing waterfront community. Its offices are located inside Canal Works, a beautifully renovated 19th century mill on the corner of Canal and Beaver streets.
“Both William Penn Bank and Canal Works trace their history back to the 19th century,” said Kenneth J. Stephon, President and CEO of the Bank. “In addition, the energetic atmosphere of Canal Works exudes a distinctive vibe that is in keeping with our bank’s desire to stand out in the crowd.
In 2020, William Penn acquired the Fidelity Savings and Loan Association of Bucks County, based in Bristol, as well as the Washington Savings Bank in Philadelphia. The acquisition of Fidelity helped solidify the bank’s roots in the Bristol borough.
Today, William Penn has 13 branches in Bucks and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania and in Burlington and Camden counties in New Jersey. In Bucks County, branches are located in Bristol Borough, Levittown, Morrisville, Richboro and Yardley.