S&T Bank welcomed two senior-level professionals to the commercial banking division serving the State College Centre County region.

John Rodgers was named SVP, Commercial Banking. Rodgers worked in the commercial banking industry for 30 years, 24 of which he has spent in the State College area. In his new role, Rodgers will be responsible for new business development and managing commercial banking relationships in the Centre County region. He recently became active in the Pennsylvania Bankers Association. Previous awards and honors include: Achieved Certified Lender Accreditation, Pennsylvania Business Central – Top 100 Business People and CBICC Volunteer of the Year Finalist. Past and present activities include: CBICC board of directors, Membership Division chair, Ambassador Club chair and Revolving Loan Committee chair, Global Connections board and advisory board, Discovery Space Board and Treasurer, State College Presbyterian Church Session and Adult Education chair, Cub Scouts Leader and Food Bank Coordinator, Centre Soccer Coach and State College Little League Coach.

Tim Gervinski was named VP, Commercial Banking. Gervinski joined S&T Bank to further grow new business development opportunities and to provide and implement high quality solutions for commercial banking customers in the Centre County region. Gervinski brings 21 years of industry experience to the S&T Bank team, and in his previous position held the title of VP from 2005 through 2014. Gervinski is currently a committee member of Bricks & Sticks, benefiting Habitat for Humanity of Centre County and the Central PA Builders Association.

“We are honored to have two seasoned professionals join the State College team, whose background will further strengthen and impact sales and growth,” said Todd D. Brice, Ppresident and CDO of S&T Bank. “Their extensive industry knowledge and experience will enable us to continue anticipating and exceeding the needs of our commercial banking customers.”

Indiana, PA-headquartered S&T Bank operates offices within Allegheny, Armstrong, Blair, Butler, Cambria, Centre, Clarion, Clearfield, Indiana, Jefferson, Washington and Westmoreland counties, as well as loan production offices in northeast and central Ohio.