MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- Staffers, representatives from the local Chamber of Commerce and elected officials gathered Tuesday evening, June 17, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Tompkins Mahopac Bank's branch in Mount Kisco.
“I think it's great,” Kim Arco, who manages the branch, said about reaching the 10-year mark.
A 34-year Mount Kisco resident, Arco has been with the bank for eight years and is the wife of George Arco, who was also present. He owns Arco Cleaning and is a board member of the Mount Kisco Chamber of Commerce.
Kim Arco also mentioned a recent rebranding effort, which involved a name change from Mahopac National Bank to Tompkins Mahopac Bank. Its parent company is Tompkins Financial, which is based in Ithaca.
In his remarks, Mayor Michael Cindrich said, “We're proud to have you here." He also wished the bank success.
John Kraus, a senior vice president of commercial lending for the bank, described the Mount Kisco branch as an “entry into Westchester county.” Addressing the future, Kraus also spoke fondly about having a 20th anniversary.
Gregg McAllister, a vice president of marketing, said the Mount Kisco location has been a “great office for us.”
“Congratulations on 10 years,” Kevin Kane, the chamber's president, said. Like Kraus, Kane also spoke about a 20th anniversary.
The Mount Kisco branch is at 293 Lexington Ave. More information about the bank is at its website.