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Nov. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Republic First Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: FRBK), the holding company for Republic Bank, today announced the hiring of Grace D'Esterre as the Store Manager of its
Haddonfield, NJ location. Grace's responsibilities as Store Manager include developing new business, maintaining exisiting Customer relationships, and promoting the Republic Bank Brand in the local community.
Grace brings over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry to Republic Bank and has worked for both J.P. Morgan and GE Capital. Prior to joining Republic Bank, Grace was most recently a Branch Manager with Beneficial Bank in
Burlington County, NJ. Grace's experience in financial services and bank management, as well as her commitment to Customer Service, make her a perfect fit for Republic Bank.
Grace stated, "I'm excited to join Republic Bank and be a part of a growing organization. I look forward to working with a great team and continuing to make Republic Bank the best bank in town."
About Republic BankRepublic Bank, a subsidiary of Republic First Bancorp, Inc., is a full-service, state-chartered commercial bank, whose deposits are insured up to the applicable limits by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The Bank provides diversified financial products through its thirteen offices located in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and
Haddonfield, New Jersey. For more information about Republic Bank, visit myrepublicbank.com.
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