BTC Bank recently announced the addition of Seth Cline as loan officer at its new Buffalo branch location, with plans to open in early January at 1505 S. Ash St. 

“We are very pleased to have Seth join our banking family,” said Doug Fish, president and CEO of BTC Bank. “He will certainly help strengthen our bank’s ability to provide local lending solutions to businesses and individuals in the Buffalo market area.”

Cline is from Albany, Mo., and recently moved to the Buffalo area. He received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Westminster College, Fulton. 

“BTC Bank attracted me with its community-minded bank atmosphere,” Cline said. “It is a great community bank that gives the personalized service that so many big banks lack in today’s society. I’m excited to meet the people of Buffalo and make a positive impact in the community.”

Cline joins BTC Bank Market President Jim Krueger, customer service representative Mindy Morris and loan processor Julie Condren as the four work to establish the bank’s 13th branch location. The bank has replaced the former Shop-N-Swap building on Ash Street with a temporary modular structure and plans to build a more permanent brick and mortar building in the future. The temporary building is a full-service bank, including a night drop box and drive-thru.

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