Janet Renko Retires From Bradford National Bank

Janet Renko

After 44 total years in banking, 17 of which have been at Bradford National Bank, Janet Renko will be retiring from the profession. The announcement was made by Bradford National Bank President Mike Ennen.

A reception in her honor will be held on Thursday, September 26 from 11am-2pm, at Bradford National Bank in Highland, located at 1100 Mercantile Drive. All friends, family, and well-wishers are invited to attend.

Renko began her banking career as a teller in the Highland area. When Bradford National Bank announced it was building a facility in Highland in 2002, Renko was one of the first employees hired. It was her job to round out the Highland staff and manage the local branch which opened in October of that year, having worked for many months out of a temporary banking trailer.

In 2013, Janet was promoted to bank Vice President working primarily out of the Greenville office where she was responsible for the bank’s deposit operations and working with branch managers. She maintained this position until earlier this year when she began working a reduced schedule.

Ennen said, “Janet will be missed by staff and customers alike. Her friendliness, banking knowledge, and ability to run the day-to-day banking operations were important to the bank’s continued success.” He added, “We wish her well in retirement hope she stops by from time to time to visit everyone.”

“It was both an honor and privilege to work at Bradford National Bank for 17 years.” Renko said. “It has been a pleasure to serve our customers with respect and courtesy.”

Bradford National Bank board chairman Frank Joy, who was instrumental in hiring Renko 17 years ago, said, “When we opened the Highland facility, Janet was the perfect person to get the operation up and running. Besides her vast banking experience, Janet has always been well respected in the Highland business community. It was through her leadership that the branch has been so well received in the Highland community.”

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