3rd Fed Bank Hires Castro as Commercial Lending Officer

3rd Fed Bank announced that it has hired Robert Castro as Vice President, Commercial Lending Officer. Castro has an extensive knowledge forging relations in Bucks, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties in Pennsylvania; and Mercer and Hunterdon Counties in New Jersey.

Prior to joining 3rd Fed Bank, Castro served First Choice Bank as a Castro,Robert-3rd-Fed-BankCommercial Loan Officer. He helped build a loan prolongation bureau in Bucks County. His professional career includes MileStone, Stonebridge and FirstService banks. 3rd Fed Bank’s newest VP is an expert at commercial lending, loans, small business lending, and SBA.

Joe Kitlas, Senior Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer, said he is looking forward to working with Castro. His addition to the team is part of the Bank’s plan of extending coverage in all markets. He added that, “(Castro) moves a same high turn of professionalism and imagination as an existent group of Commercial Loan Officers.”

Castro was a graduate of Delaware Valley College and resides in New Hope, Pennsylvania.

About 3rd Fed Bank
Founded in 1921, 3rd Fed Bank is headquartered in Newtown, Pennsylvania. It operates 18 branch offices in Bucks, Burlington, Mercer, Ocean, and Philadelphia counties. The Bank offers a full line of banking solutions with a personalized use of an area bank. 3rd Fed Bank was named a leader of Jobs Now Best Places to Work by PhillyBurbs, and Top Workplace by Philly.com in 2013 and 2014. The Intelligencer newspaper awarded 3rd Fed Bank The Best of Bucks/Mont (Banks), and the Bucks County Courier Times named it as Best Mortgage Lender. To learn more about the 3rd Fed Bank, visit the website www.3rdfedbank.com.

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