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TMB Offers Free Shred Days, Gives Back to Local Non-Profits

Making the most out of minimizing, Tompkins Mahopac Bank (TMB) is hosting two free “Shed It, Shred It and Support It” days, on May 17, at the Hopewell Junction branch, 831 Route 82, and May 31, at the Southeast branch, 100 Independent Way, Brewster. A Legal Shred truck will be on-site both Fridays from 10 a.m. to noon and customers, local businesses and the general public alike are invited to bring their documents to be shredded and recycled, free of charge.

Local branch managers, Pat Roden and Sue Musumeci, will be on hand both days to greet customers and to donate to the East Fishkill Rotary Club and the Putnam Community Action Partnership, respectively.

“Identity theft and fraud prevention are hot-button issues in today’s world and hosting these free shred days helps minimize the risks and allows community members to safely dispose of sensitive documents,” said Carol Schmitz, senior vice president of community banking. “Plus, the month after the tax filing deadline, and during spring, seems like the ideal time to year to organize documents and shred those that are no longer needed. We hope plenty of people take advantage of these opportunities.”

For more information, contact James McKenna at, or 845-278-1041.

About Tompkins Mahopac Bank
Tompkins Mahopac Bank, part of Tompkins Financial Corporation, has personalized service, local decision-making and a broad range of services for consumers and businesses. Wealth management services are provided through the offices of Tompkins Financial Advisors. Whether you prefer branch or remote mobile banking, we provide the breadth of services and local decision-making to make what’s possible a reality. Locally Focused. A World of Possibilities. More information is available at


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