In 2005, Heartland Bank opened an office at Friendship Village of Dublin, a local retirement community built on quality, stability and attention to detail. Eight years later, we’re still proud to be a part of the Friendship Village family. In addition to 19 year Heartland Banker Ellen Nommay, who oversees the operations from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Monday – Friday, there is an ATM machine in the lobby of the facility.
Last week, Heartland Bank hosted an 8th anniversary celebration for approximately 90 residents of Friendship Village. They enjoyed an economic update from Chairman, President & CEO, G. Scott McComb and got first-hand information on the economy, the “recovery” across the states, job growth vs. unemployment, market response to the Fed, and navigating the investment environment. The presentation ended with an engaging question and answer session.
Four lucky residents were randomly selected to receive door prizes - two Heartland throw blankets and two Longaberger baskets filled with elegant stationary and stamps! The afternoon ended with each resident receiving a warm loaf of Heartland Honey Wheat Bread, fresh from Westerville’s Great Harvest Bread Company.
Heartland Bank has been serving the communities of Central Ohio since 1911, and is committed to building and expanding a solid, customer-friendly community bank. Chairman, President & CEO, G. Scott McComb said, “Heartland Bank is the kind of bank where you are known and where your business is appreciated. We pride ourselves on being a true community bank - we strive to give back to our community some of the rewards they have given us. We are pleased and proud to be able to serve the residents of Friendship Village of Dublin and its employees.”
Friendship Village of Dublin was opened in 1981 by a group of Columbus citizens with experience in the field of senior living who were committed to developing a not-for-profit retirement living community to serve the people of Columbus, Ohio. This same organization owns and operates the community today. Their dedication and success are evidenced by the fact that many former board members have, over the years, chosen to become residents of Friendship Village of Dublin.
To learn more about Friendship Village visit http://www.fvdublin.org.