New Tripoli Bank Donates $10,500 to Cetronia Ambulance Corps
January 27, 2023
New Tripoli Bank donated $10,500 to the Cetronia Ambulance Corps to show its support for their organization’s mission to provide emergency medical services, transportation, and community health resources to the Lehigh Valley region.
“New Tripoli Bank is committed to making sure our local emergency services teams have the funds they need to maintain and upgrade their equipment,” said John M. Hayes, CEO of New Tripoli Bank.
Cetronia Ambulance Corps is one of the largest providers of ambulance services in Eastern Pennsylvania, employing 135 full- and part-time career associates, 20 active volunteers and boasting a total fleet of 41 vehicles. As the regional leader in EMS, Cetronia Ambulance Corps fields over 45,000 calls annually, covering an emergency service area that spans across 130 square miles, and a non-emergency coverage area that encompasses five counties. They also provide emergency response training and education programs for groups, businesses, and individuals.
“We are so thankful to be serving this wonderful community that has shown us such great support for the lifesaving work we have been doing for the past 68 years. We look forward to the future and the advances that we can make because of our generous donors,” said Robert F. Mateff Sr., CEO of Cetronia Ambulance Corps, “New Tripoli Bank has been an excellent supporter of EMS over the years, and we can't thank them enough for their community-minded vision.”
Pictured from left to right: John M. Hayes, New Tripoli Bank CEO, Robert F. Mateff Sr., Cetronia Ambulance Corps CEO, Kim Blichar, Cetronia Ambulance Corps Director of Marketing & Public Relations, Michele Hunsicker, New Tripoli Bank CFO