Generations Bank announces the hiring of Jennifer Hawryschuk as Vice President – Commercial Relationship Manager, serving in the Farmington area.
Hawryschuk brings over 15 years of experience in the financial services and banking field. Over her career, she has held management roles in banks throughout the Rochester area. Most recently, Hawryschuk was the Business Banking Vice President for Monroe County with a focus on small business lending at Northwest Bank.
Hawryschuk holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Syracuse University. In 2015, she completed the PA Bankers Advanced School of Banking.
Hawryschuk is currently on the board of directors for Flower City Habitat for Humanity, as well as, the Community Investment Cabinet for the United Way of Greater Rochester. She is a 2015 Rochester Business Journal Forty Under 40 nominee.
Jennifer grew up in Seneca Falls and is a graduate of Mynderse Academy. Jennifer resides in Farmington with her fiancé and their two-year-old twin boys. She is an avid animal lover and enjoys traveling, cooking and gardening.
About Generations Bank
Generations Bank has partnered with businesses and residents in the Northern Finger Lakes region since its founding in 1870, while maintaining a strong commitment to each and every community in which it operates. The bank is headquartered in Seneca Falls and serves customers from nine retail locations in Seneca Falls, Auburn, Waterloo, Geneva, Union Springs, Phelps and Farmington. Generations was named to CNY Business Journal’s Best Places to Work in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.
In addition to traditional business and consumer deposit services, Generations Bank focuses on residential mortgages, as well as manufactured home, automobile, home equity, commercial, non-residential real estate and construction loans. The organization also serves the broader needs of the Finger Lakes area through its insurance business, Generations Agency and financial planning and brokerage services offered by Generations Investment Services. For more information, visit MyGenBank.com