What Community Means

Being a commercial banker in my hometown of Grove City is truly a blessing. It allows me to be involved in various boards, committees, and action groups that can make a difference in the community I love. Many friends and family ask, “Do you have time to sleep?” And I happily respond, “When you are born and raised in a wonderful community, it makes you want to give back.”

Not only is there the satisfaction of making a difference in my community, but one of the biggest benefits is the relationships formed within those groups, and becoming a trusted advisor to both the non-profit and to the other volunteers and their businesses.

Another great benefit of serving your community is the exposure you and your organization receive. Plus, the energy of giving back and as a valuable contributor to all those we serve.

Mars Bank offers tremendous support to the communities we serve and allows its employees to be active in the community. I am happy to continue to share that generosity and will for years to come. Get involved, make a difference, and share that community experience!

Mitch McFeely, Vice President Commercial Banking

Mitch focuses on developing business relationships in Mercer and surrounding northwestern Pennsylvania counties. McFeely was the manager of the bank’s Grove City branch since it opened in late 2019. Mitch is a 15-year veteran of banking in retail and commercial roles and serves in multiple community organizations in Mercer County. He is a graduate of Slippery Rock University and Leadership Shenago Valley.