Important Information for the Tyrone, PA Office Location

Reliance Bank Tyrone Office Location in Tyrone, PA
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916 Pennsylvania Avenue
Tyrone, PA 16686


Extended Call Center Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 am – 11:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am – 9:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Sunday – Closed

Lobby Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 9am – 5pm
Friday: 9am – 6pm
Saturday: 9am – 12pm

Drive-Up Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 9am – 5pm
Friday: 9am – 6pm
Saturday: 9am – 12pm

Services Available:
Night Deposit

Tyrone Office Team:

Cathy Igou

Cathy Igou

Assistant Vice President, Personal Banker

Valerie Bates

Personal Banking Representative

Interesting Tidbits About Tyrone, PA Office Area

The Tyrone, PA office of Reliance Bank serves customers who live and work in the northernmost areas of Blair County, PA. Tyrone was incorporated in 1787, named after County Tyrone, in Ireland, and holds a significant and proud Irish identity, most especially around St. Patrick’s Day. Tyrone Borough is in Tyrone Township, surrounded by Snyder Township, near the Huntingdon County border.

From its website,

“Numerous individuals and organizations within the Borough of Tyrone contribute their time, energy, and efforts to enhance the quality of life for current and future generations. Nestled in a tranquil, small town setting, there are many things to see and do with little hassle and expense!” *

Some of the historical locations in the area include: The Birmingham Bridge, Fort Roberdeau, Jacob Isett House and Store, and St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Some prominent companies and industries of the area include: Albemarle Corporation, American Eagle Paper Mill Tyrone, Chicago Rivet & Machine Company, Tyrone Hospital, Dixon Tool & Die, Gardner’s Candies, Juniata/Kunzler Packing, Levine Family Shoe Store (since 1932), Precision Dimension, Allegheny Mountain Radio Network, and the W.F. Hiller Agency (since 1892).

Also from the website:

“History shows that “Tyrone” was the community’s fourth name. The settlement was first called Eagleville, since the Little Bald Eagle flowed through the community; later, Shorbsville, because the land originally belonged to Lyon, Shorb and Company; then, in 1852, the community was called Tyrone City. This was shortened to “Tyrone” when the petition was sent to court.” **