Clowser Promoted to Bank Manager

Pamela S. Clowser Promoted to AVP and Branch Manager of 
County Bank’s Georgetown Branch Location


County Bank is pleased to announce that Pamela S. Clowser has been promoted to assistant vice president and branch manager of their Georgetown branch location.

“Pam started with County Bank 14 years ago. We are proud to promote from within our organization and from within the branch itself,” said Tarrie Miller, senior vice president retail banking of County Bank. “She is well known to our clients for her exceptional customer service and will provide a seamless transition.”

Clowser’s financial experience started 30 years ago with Baltimore Trust and Mercantile Peninsula Bank. A lifelong resident of Sussex County, she grew up in Millsboro and attended Sussex Central High School. In her new role with County Bank Clowser looks forward to becoming more active as a member with the Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce.

Contact Pamela Clowser by phone at 302-855-2000, email pamelas.clowser@countybankmail.com, or stop by the branch conveniently located just off “The Circle” at 13 N. Bedford St., Georgetown, DE 19947.

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