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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

First National Bank of Port Allegany Announces Board of Director Appointments

John B. Leete, Daniel F. Lane III
Named Directors
At Bank

R. Keith Fortner, Pres/CEO of the First National Bank of Port Allegany has announced the recent appointment of Daniel F. Lane III and John B. Leete to the Board of Directors.

Mr. Lane, a tax consultant, is a graduate of the Port Allegany High School and the Ft. Lauderdale University. He worked for the Internal Revenue Service in Miami Florida prior to returning to Port Allegany in 1977 to work with his father. In 1990, Mr. Lane purchased the family business which he operates today. Mr. Lane is the current Treasurer of the Port Allegany School District, a position he has held since 1993, and is the former treasurer of the Port Allegany Recreation Authority and the Port Allegany Fire Department. Mr. Lane and his wife Theresa, have twin adult sons who live in the Harrisburg Area.

Mr. Leete is the President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Potter County and is an Associate Instructor on Juvenile Law at the Mansfield State University. He is a graduate of the Coudersport Junior-Senior High School, the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Mr. Leete practiced law in Coudersport until 1988 when he became the President Judge and is active in the Coudersport Rotary Club, Potter County Historical Society, Christ Episcopal Church as well as numerous judicial associations. Mr. Leete and his wife Georgiana are the parents of 3 grown children.

Mr. Lane and Mr. Leete were appointed to the Board of Directors to fill the unexpired terms of long time directors Lloyd E. Eastman and Merle G. Johnson who retired in January. Mr. Johnson served on the Board of Directors for 29 years and Mr. Eastman served for 37 years with 34 of those years serving as Chairman of the Board.

The First National Bank of Port Allegany is an independent community bank established in 1888 and has offices in Port Allegany and Coudersport.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Gee, looks like Gary Kelsey is playing his cards again. It has been reported from the courthouse that he has made the PERFECT recommendation to Morley for the Chief Clerk's position. Of course we all know that this has been predetermined. Doug is just waiting for the heat to cool down and then back to the Ed Council for advice. Too funny!