Malvern Bank to Host Grand Re-Opening of Newly Renovated Coventry Financial Center

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Hop on over to Malvern Bank’s Community Day event!

After remodeling and renovations, Malvern Bank, National Association will host a Grand Re-Opening community event located at its Coventry Financial Center & Private Client Office.

The bank is looking forward to bringing the community together as a whole on April 6 from 9 AM-12 PM at its office at 1000 Ridge Road in Pottstown.

There will be an egg hunt and crafts for children 2-10 years old, refreshments, and giveaways.

You can sign up through Eventbrite by clicking here or through the bank’s Facebook page. Malvern Bank will provide tables where businesses can talk to local residents.

The renovation project included interior improvements such as new flooring, furniture, and aesthetic upgrades.

“I look forward to re-introducing our Coventry location,” said Anthony C. Weagley, President and CEO of Malvern Bank, National Association. “We have a long-standing relationship within the community and hope to continue being a true community bank by giving back.”

The bank’s key executive appointment in Coventry is Georgette Krick, Senior Vice President and Private Client Officer. In her position, Krick will be responsible for managing, developing, and expanding the bank’s Private Client and Retail Banking relationships. She has more than 35 years of banking experience.

“I am here to support the community each day,” said Krick. “I look forward to becoming more acquainted, and build relationships, with those that I have already had the pleasure to meet. I also embrace the opportunity to meet more of the residents and business owners of this great area. It all starts with a conversation, which I always welcome.

“Enjoy your time with us at this event. Stop in to say hello!”

Click here to learn more about Malvern Bank, National Association.

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