Taylor Bank announces the following appointments to the Electronic Services Department:
Holly Hogan has been hired as electronic services representative and will be responsible for overseeing business products and solutions and focus on growing business relationships for the bank.
Joining Taylor Bank with more than 17 years of industry experience, Hogan was most recently assistant vice president, Cash Management Sales and service representative at Orrstown Bank (formerly Hamilton Bank) in Towson, Maryland.
She has also served as commercial banking officer, business banking specialist, and senior relationship specialist.
Reta Collins has been promoted to electronic services representative and will be responsible for providing service and support to the bank’s business customers.
Collins began her career with Taylor Bank as customer service associate in 2000. In 2013, she transitioned into the Electronic Services Department as electronic services specialist.
She is a member of The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), and serves as facilitator for support groups. She is also an active volunteer for Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore.
Taylor Bank welcomes Cindy Meyer as Human Resources manager.
In this role, Meyer will lead all aspects of human resource strategy and execution for Taylor Bank’s workforce, including compensation and benefits, talent acquisition, assessment and development; and employee relations and engagement.
Meyer brings more than 18 years of human resources experience to this position, with a focus in payroll and benefits administration, benefit plan design, state and federal labor laws, accounting, employee relations, recruiting and employee communications.
Prior to joining Taylor Bank, Meyer served as Human Resources manager at Peninsula Cardiology Associates in Salisbury.
Meyer is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from the University of Maryland College Park.
Reid Tingle, president and CEO of Bank of Ocean City, along with the Board of Directors, announce that Melissa von Bank, AVP/branch manager of Fenwick Island, Delaware, has recently earned two awards from MBA/Maryland Bankers Association.
Von Bankwas recognized for her countless hours of volunteerism in teaching and educating students about important financial education skills.
She was awarded recognition for the Most Financial Education Presentations and also for the Most Consumers Reached.
MBA’s goal is to ensure that every child in Maryland has consistent access to quality financial education so that their financial ABC’s are as well-known as other basic life skills. Bank of Ocean City fully supports this initiative, and von Bank, along with other Bank of Ocean City staff are dedicated to providing this financial learning to local school-aged children.
Von Bank was able to attain these awards since Bank of Ocean City sponsors Financial Literacy programs in many of its local communities.