E. Robert Powers recently retired from the Hatboro Federal Savings Board of Directors where he has served as a director since 1977. He was honored at a board of directors meeting on January 24th.
“Bob Powers has served on the Hatboro Federal board for 36 years. His dedication and strong leadership have helped us improve and strengthen the communities we serve,” says Joseph Tryon, president and CEO. “Bob’s skills and business acumen have contributed to our steady growth making us one of the strongest and most successful community banks in the nation.”
Bob is a graduate of Abington High School and Carnegie Mellon University, has lived in the greater Hatboro area since 1955. He was president of the family-owned Powers Equipment Co., Inc., in Warminster. He served as an engineer in the US Navy, and the Ordinance Branch of the US Army.
He has been a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, currently works with Meals on Wheels, and is an active member of the Sanctuary United Methodist Church.
Bob is a current member and former president of the Hatboro Rotary.
PHOTO CAP: Standing from left, Douglas Thomas, Esq., John Zygmont, Thomas Harbaugh, Robert Johnston, and Peter Clayton; seated, Sidney Gamburg, E. Robert Powers, Frank Jarrett, and Hatboro Federal President/CEO Joseph J. Tryon, Jr.