Saturday, February 25, 2017

This day in history - Feb. 25, 2001: Kevin Dayhoff - Group starting local bank Penn Mar Community Bank

Smaller businesses, individuals targeted

May open by summer

February 25, 2001|By Maria Blackburn | Maria Blackburn, SUN STAFF


New Windsor State Bank is the only locally owned and operated bank in Carroll County, according to Kevin E. Dayhoff, a director with Penn Mar who also is a Westminster city councilman.

The bank's board of directors have raised $1 million to fund the bank. They hope that a stock offering will raise an additional $5 million.


Seeking to provide personalized banking services to Carroll County customers, a group of area businessmen are working to establish a community bank in Westminster.

Penn Mar Bancshares Inc. recently received approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission to open Penn Mar Community Bank. Work has begun on the 4,500-square-foot building at Clifton Boulevard and Woodward Road.

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