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Penn Community Bank chief relationship officer will lead advisory board for local YMCA

Todd R. Hurley was elected chief volunteer officer of Lower Bucks Region Advisory Board of YMCA Bucks County

The Times

Penn Community Bank recently announced that executive vice president, chief relationship officer Todd R. Hurley has been elected chief volunteer officer of the Lower Bucks Region Advisory Board of YMCA of Bucks County.

In this role, Hurley oversees operations of the advisory board for the Lower Bucks County footprint of the YMCA. He also represents the Lower Bucks board on the county-wide association board of YMCA of Bucks County. The new board structure is the result of a recent merger between Central Bucks Family YMCA and Lower Bucks Family YMCA that created YMCA of Bucks County. Upper Bucks YMCA also has signed an agreement to merge with YMCA of Bucks County, and leaders anticipate becoming one YMCA organization serving all of Bucks County in January 2019.

“We are grateful for Todd’s leadership on the board, as we embark on this ambitious project to fulfill our vision to serve all Bucks County families,” said Zane Moore, president and CEO of YMCA of Bucks County. “The board’s vision will be instrumental in bringing to life our bold commitment to work side-by-side with our neighbors to ensure that everyone, regardless of age, income, or background, has the opportunity to improve their health and to learn, grow, and thrive at the Y.”

With a focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, the YMCA has been bringing together people in more than 10,000 neighborhoods across the nation for more than 160 years. With branches in Doylestown, Fairless Hills, Holland, Morrisville, Newtown, and Warminster, YMCA of Bucks County has seen demand for its programs and services grow significantly. Earlier this year, it launched the “For a Better Us” campaign to raise $20 million to renovate facilities, fund financial assistance, and increase free programming that serves the community.

In his roles as chief relationship officer and executive director of the Penn Community Foundation, Hurley is responsible for fostering close relationships with local businesses and nonprofits across Bucks and Montgomery counties.

A longtime resident of Bucks County, Hurley is active in numerous organizations, including serving as a member and past president of the Perkasie chapter of Rotary International and as a member of the boards of directors of both the Pennridge Chamber of Commerce and Pennridge FISH. Hurley holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Shippensburg University and an MBA from University of Phoenix. Over his more than 30 years in the banking industry, he has directed various departments, including retail operations, facilities, human resources, marketing and lending. He lives in Perkasie.

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