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Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Apollo Trust Co. said it will expand into Allegheny County by year's end by opening a loan office in O'Hara.

The bank with five locations in the Alle-Kiski Valley said Monday its new office at 1250 Freeport Road, near the Waterworks Mall, will provide commercial and residential mortgage lending.

“The bank has been lending in Allegheny County since 2009, and the new office will make this activity more convenient” for current customers, while attracting new ones, CEO Nelson L. Person said.

This is Apollo's first site expansion since 1996. The bank said it hired Robert J. Flanyak Jr. as vice president, retail banking and branch administration, and Robert V. Addoms as vice president, senior commercial banking officer.

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