Joliet, IL – June, 2016
Presence St. Joseph Medical Center recognizes First Community of Joliet Vice President Mark Griglione as its 2016 recipient of the Pandora-Lewis Award for Community Service.
Joliet, IL – March 22, 2016
First Community Financial Partners, Inc. (NASDAQ: FCFP) (“First Community” or the “Company”), the parent company of First Community Financial Bank (the “Bank”), today announced the hiring by the Bank of Matthew E. Coffey, Senior Vice President, to lead our commercial banking team in our Burr Ridge market.
Joliet, IL – March 14, 2016
First Community Financial Partners, Inc. (NASDAQ: FCFP) (“First Community” or the “Company”), the parent company of First Community Financial Bank (the “Bank”), and First Mazon Bancorp, Inc. (“First Mazon”) announced today the signing of a definitive agreement to merge First Mazon’s wholly owned subsidiary, Mazon State Bank (“MSB”) with the Bank.
Joliet, IL – March 2, 2016
First Community Financial Partners, Inc. (NASDAQ:FCFP) (the "Company"), the parent company of First Community Financial Bank ("First Community" or the "Bank"), today announced the hiring of an experienced commercial banking team. The five-person team of seasoned banking professionals will focus on serving the needs of middle market companies with sales ranging from $5 to $250 million.
Naperville, IL – January, 2016
Liz Spencer of NCTV17 in Naperville, speaks with Lou Petritz, Mike Thiel and Anna Zimmerman about recent milestones achieved by First Community and reasons for the bank’s continued progress.
Joliet, IL – August 20, 2015
Steve Randich, Executive VP and Joliet Market President, talked about the Nasdaq Listing with Scott Slocum on WJOL Radio. Listen to the interview here.
Naperville, IL – April, 2015
Katie Wood, Executive Director of the Downtown Naperville Alliance, talks with Lou Petritz and Mike Thiel about First Community’s success in 2014 and the bank’s ongoing commitment to the Naperville community.
Naperville, IL – June, 2014
Liz Spencer, Executive Director of NCTV17 in Naperville, talks with Market President Lou Petritz and others about the new First Community location in Naperville Plaza and the value of doing business with a community bank.
Burr Ridge, IL – April, 2014
When the Lockport High School Porters decided to participate in the Strike Out Cancer baseball tournament benefitting the Make Your Mark Foundation’s fight against pediatric cancer, freshman Jake Suchor decided he would honor Jerry Dover, husband of a First Community employee and co-worker of Jake’s mother. Jake was proud to wear Jerry’s name on his jersey and we’re proud of Jake Suchor and his Mom, Kim Suchor, a member of the First Community team in Homer Glen and Burr Ridge. Nice going, Jake!
Homer Glen, IL – October 11, 2013
First Community Financial Bank has appointed Donn Domico, its Senior Executive Vice President, age 41, to serve as the new Market President in Homer Glen.
Domico joined the First Community Bank Group in April of 2008 after working for MB Financial Bank N.A. and LaSalle Bank N.A. and became President & CEO of First Community Bank of Plainfield in 2009.
Plainfield, IL – October 11, 2013
First Community Financial Bank has appointed Greg Schaefer, age 56, as its new Senior Vice President and Market President in Plainfield.
“Greg brings 34 years of experience in commercial banking and relationship management to First Community and is very well known in the Joliet and Plainfield communities,” said Roy Thygesen, CEO of First Community Financial Bank.
Naperville, IL – October 11, 2013
First Community Financial Bank has named Lou Petritz, age 58, new Market President in Naperville.
“Lou is a good choice as the new president due to his level of commitment and knowledge here in the community,” said his predecessor J. Patrick Benton. “I probably met him 15 years ago when we worked on a United Way project and he is a very well connected person with an excellent commercial lending background that will help build the bank's commercial lending portfolio.”
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