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Regal Bank To Open Somerville Branch

Charles “Chip” Wirth has been hired as the assistant branch manager. Photo: Regal Bank.

Emilio Ramil has been hired as the assistant vice president and branch manager. Photo: Regal Bank.

Regal Bank will open a Somerville branch at 151 Adamsville Rd. on Jan. 9.

The branch will occupy the former PNC Bank building, according to a release from Regal Bank.

Regal has a Franklin Township branch on Elizabeth Avenue and Pierce Street.

“The opening of the Somerville branch gives us a strong presence in central Somerset County, making Regal Bank’s wide array of financial services accessible to even more residents,” Peter Schoberl, business development officer and Somerset market president, said in the release.

Along with the new branch comes a new staff to serve area residents and businesses. Emilio Ramil has been hired as the assistant vice president and branch manager, and Charles “Chip” Wirth has been hired as the assistant branch manager.

Both Mr. Ramil and Mr. Wirth bring several years of experience to the new branch. Mr. Ramil worked as a territory manager with Valley National Bank for more than three years and as a branch manager with TD Bank for six years. Mr. Wirth spent 16 years as a financial sales and service representative for PNC Bank and was selected to the PNC Mentor Program to counsel new hires.

“I am very excited to join an organization that is known for going above and beyond to better the community,” Ramil said in the release. “I look forward to leading the new team and bringing the personalized services of Regal Bank to the people of Somerville.”

“I am honored to be part of the growing Regal Bank family and I couldn’t be more thrilled to come back to Somerville, which is like my second home,” Wirth said in the release.

“We proudly welcome Emilio and Chip to our team,” Thomas Lupo, president and CEO of Regal Bank, said in the release. “Their combined experience will further our continued growth and will be a great asset to the new branch as well as the community on a whole.”

 

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