Tim knows a good story when he sees one. An avid reader and writer, he’s contributed to his local newspaper, penned a short story, and is currently writing a novel. As a Customer Service Representative at Susquehanna Bank in Chambersburg, PA, he finds the opportunity to be involved in good stories each day. He helps to answer customer questions and enjoys the satisfaction of helping someone to find the right solution. He also appreciates living in south-central Pennsylvania, where he’s just a short drive from major cities such as Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, New York, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Just think of all the stories that await.

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The Other “Souper Bowl”

Super Bowl XLVII on February 3, 2013 will feature an intriguing game between the evenly matched Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers. It is a battle between two of the most prolific and storied franchises in the NFL. Continue Reading »

"Tips" for Travelers: What to Pay Waiters, Drivers, Tour Guides & More

As the school year is coming to a close and warm weather is finally hitting the East Coast, our attention begins turning toward vacation. Soon, hotels will book up, flights will go on standby, and beaches will be packed with sandcastles, boogie boards and boardwalk French fries. But as always, with vacation comes financial responsibility. Sure, you have the big expenses taken care of—but what about the lesser-known, sometimes awkward transactions known most commonly as “tipping”? When, and who, do you tip? And how much? Continue Reading »

Unwanted Presents? Don't Resist... Regift!

Let's face it: each holiday, we all get that one special gift that we just can't stand. Perhaps it's a brightly-colored sweater that, while it seems too harsh to say ugly, we'll call beautifully deficient. Or maybe it's a strongly-scented candle that leaves your nose in a fit. We smile and say "Thank you" for the generosity, all the while envisioning the perfect place to stash it in the basement, never to be seen again until you move. Continue Reading »

A Crash Course in College Commerce

When I was younger, the Little League® World Series was always played the week before school started, and for me it signaled the official end of summer. Many students dread the beginning of another academic year, but for a college freshman it can be downright overwhelming. Believe it or not, choosing the right financial institution is an important step in the process. Chances are when you're away from home, you'll need to cash or deposit a check, withdraw money or use a debit card. So how do you get started? Continue Reading »