About Peoples State Bank
PS Bank opened for business on December 14, 1914. Ironically it was the collapse of another bank that set the stage for the founding of PS Bank as well as the National Bank of Wyalusing which, decades later, would be destined to merge with PS Bank.
PS Bank's first office was located at the corner of Church Street and Main Street in downtown Wyalusing. In 1966 the bank moved to a new building on Church Street, constructed on the site of the Wyalusing School. PS Bank and the National Bank of Wyalusing merged in 1985 and an expansive two-story addition was necessary to bring the bank under one roof.
Donald E. Abrey joined PS Bank in 1986 as President and CEO, and made keeping pace with technology a priority. PS Bank began operating in a real-time environment, which means transactions are posted at the time they are presented and verified by a receipt including the current available balance. Customers have the choice of accessing their account information by visiting one of our nine convenient offices, by calling PS Bank InfoLine, or by using eBanker through the internet. PS Bank also offers seven-day-a-week full-service banking at the Route 6 office in Wysox, PA.
In 1998 Peoples Financial Services was formed. The Financial Services Department continues to make planning for the future easy with a variety of investment and insurance options to meet every need.
As products and services increased, more employees were added to staff and space was becoming a serious problem. In 2004 a new facility was opened at the east end of Wyalusing Borough allowing PS Bank to continue its mission of serving the area as a true community bank.
Today, our nine branches are located throughout Bradford, Sullivan, and Wyoming Counties.
When you find yourself in Northeastern Pennsylvania looking for a local community bank, we welcome you to try PS Bank. We are "People Serving People Since 1914."
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ALERTS & INFORMATION
Peoples LTD, the parent company of Peoples State Bank of Wyalusing, has announced that the Board of Directors has declared a fo