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September 19, 2018

United Way Honors Rob Rolfe Of Pathfinder Bank


OSWEGO, NY – Rob Rolfe of Pathfinder Bank was honored at the United Way of Greater Oswego County’s annual meeting held March 17 at the American Foundry in Oswego.

The United Way recognized Rob Rolfe of Pathfinder Bank with the Company Coordinator of Year Award at the its annual meeting. From left are: United Way Board President, John Scardella; Laurie Pryor and Rob Rolfe of Pathfinder Bank; and Executive Director of the United Way of Greater Oswego County, Melanie Trexler.

The United Way recognized Rob Rolfe of Pathfinder Bank with the Company Coordinator of Year Award at the its annual meeting. From left are: United Way Board President, John Scardella; Laurie Pryor and Rob Rolfe of Pathfinder Bank; and Executive Director of the United Way of Greater Oswego County, Melanie Trexler.

Rolfe was recognized for his role as Company Campaign Coordinator for Pathfinder Bank’s employee campaign in support of the United Way of Greater Oswego County.

Presented annually, the Company Campaign Coordinator of the Year Award is given to the coordinator whose dedication, enthusiasm, and creativity contribute go well above and beyond what is expected contributing to the success of their company campaign.

“Rob is certainly deserving of this award. As the sole organizer of Pathfinder Bank’s company campaign, his efforts resulted in a 28% increase in their overall campaign amount,” said Jonathan Daniels, chairperson of the United Way of Greater Oswego County’s Campaign Cabinet.

Rolfe, who has been a strong supporter of the United Way, was pleased to accept the award and credited his fellow employees for the recognition and praised them for their generosity.

“Our employees and management responded to the needs of many in all areas of the county this year. Our campaign showed a significant increase of 28% over last year as many employees decided to increase donations through payroll deductions. Additionally, our corporate donation also increased by 20% this year, in spite of a troubled economy.”

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