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Our Communities

A flourishing community develops through a partnership between business and the neighborhood it serves. GCF recognizes its responsibility and continually strives to support local endeavors. Visit the places where we work and play:

Pitman

Born out of a religious campground in the late 1800's, Pitman today has grown to a population of 9,365. Its historic downtown district remains a thriving center of commerce in Gloucester County.
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Glassboro

Site of the historic 1967 meeting between President Lyndon Johnson and Soviet Premier Aleksei Kosygin, Glassboro is the midway point between New York City and Washington D.C. Its roots date back to the mid-1700's when it was the hub of the glass manufacturing industry.
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Washington Township

Incorporated in 1836, GCF's main office sits at the center of this sprawling community. The population surged through the 1960's to 1989, making it the fastest growing community in South Jersey. Shopping, restaurants and entertainment have sprung up to serve the rapidly growing residential base.
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Monroe

Founded in 1728 deep in Indian country, this town was originally named Squamkum, meaning "place of evil spirits". The name wasn't changed to Williamstown until 1842.
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