ACNB Bank 2020 Volunteer of the Year Award

Congratulations, Eric Alleman

Eric Alleman awarded volunteer of the year 2020

Posted on Oct 09, 2020

ACNB Bank recently presented the 2020 Volunteer of the Year Award to Eric L. Alleman, Assistant Vice President/Regional Sales Manager, in recognition of his community involvement. The Leadership Franklin County Alumni Scholarship Fund, through the Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation, received a $1,000 contribution from ACNB Bank to acknowledge Mr. Alleman’s exemplary volunteer service.

In celebration of ACNB Bank’s 160th Anniversary in 2017, the Bank introduced the Volunteer of the Year Award to recognize staff members who embrace the true spirit of giving back to the community as volunteers. In its fourth year, this award program also serves to highlight the important work of the community organizations represented by the award winners.

“ACNB Bank’s 2020 honoree serves in leadership and supporting volunteer positions with multiple organizations in our market area and truly embodies the spirit of community banking at ACNB Bank, which includes lending his management expertise and other important skills to benefit others,” said James P. Helt, ACNB Bank President & Chief Executive Officer.

Mr. Alleman has worked in the banking industry for 12 years and has a three-year history with ACNB Bank. As Assistant Vice President/Regional Sales Manager, he is responsible for managing community banking sales and operations for ACNB Bank’s 11 offices located in the Bank’s Adams/Franklin Region comprising Gettysburg, Upper Adams, Franklin Township, Carroll Valley, Newville and Chambersburg.   

Mr. Alleman received the 2020 Volunteer of the Year Award in recognition of his volunteer leadership and service with a number of local community organizations contributing a total of 332 hours of his time in 2019. He selected the Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation and, more specifically, the Leadership Franklin County (LFC) Alumni Scholarship Fund as the recipient of ACNB Bank’s $1,000 contribution. As a Franklin County resident and 2011 graduate of LFC, Mr. Alleman credits the program for igniting his passion for serving his community.

“Eric Alleman is a dedicated and enthusiastic community volunteer and leader. I feel honored that he has chosen to allocate ACNB Bank’s donation to the Leadership Franklin County Alumni Scholarship Fund. Every year, we have nonprofit organization candidates that would not be able to participate in our program without the help of this fund. As a member of the LFC Steering Committee and LFC Alumni Committee, Eric understands how the scholarship funds are utilized and the long lasting impact of the program to our county,” said Virginia K. Harriger, Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation Executive Director.

“In 2017, Eric received the Leadership Franklin County Alumni of the Year Award for his steadfast volunteer service and commitment to the community. Since joining the Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation as Executive Director in 2018, I have enjoyed working with Eric on various initiatives,” she added.

For more information about the Leadership Franklin County community program organized through the Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation, please visit chambersburg.org/leadership.

Donation to Leadership Franklin County (LFC) Alumni Scholarship Fund

Left to right: Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce Board Member and Leadership Franklin County Alumni Chair Angela L. Quigley, ACNB Bank Assistant Vice President/Regional Sales Manager and 2020 Volunteer of the Year Eric L. Alleman, ACNB Bank First Vice President/Community Banking Officer Laura L. McCusker and Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation Executive Director Virginia K. Harriger.

Volunteer of the Year

Left to right: ACNB Bank Assistant Vice President/Regional Sales Manager and 2020 Volunteer of the Year Eric L. Alleman received the official trophy honoring this achievement from his supervisor, First Vice President/Community Banking Officer Laura L. McCusker, at the Bank’s Chambersburg Office.