Slices for Change

Saturday, Dec. 13 — Pizza tasting fundraiser. Viceroy Hall (Shotzy’s), Upper Sandusky.  Music, silent auction. 5:30-9 p.m. $10 for adults, $5 children.  Tickets available at the door.  Benefits All Species Adoption Program.

Sing Along With Santa

Sunday, Dec. 14 — Upper Sandusky High School Symphonic Band, men’s and women’s chorus and Chamber choir.  Upper Sandusky High School gym. 2:30 p.m.  Free event.

Letter From CSB President Bob Beach

Dear Commercial Savings Bank Customers,

As you may have heard, we are in the process of selling our building located at 201 East Lincoln Street in Findlay. Does this mean we are cutting our services to Findlay, letting employees go or phasing ourselves out of the Findlay market?

Absolutely not! In fact, just the opposite is happening. We believe your banking experience will be enhanced by giving you access to all of our products, services and expert staff located in one central location at 1660 E. Tiffin Avenue.

Much has changed in the banking industry since we opened our doors in Findlay in 1992. There have been numerous changes in products and technology and having a centralized branch where we can take care of all of our customers’ needs with all our staff under one roof just makes sense. Our recently remodeled Tiffin Avenue facility is equipped to handle all of your banking needs and includes ample parking, night depository and ATM services.

Our biggest asset continues to be our people. We will always provide the Simply Better customer service that you have come to expect from our community bank. We will continue to make sound financial decisions and make these decisions locally. Commercial Savings Bank takes its role in the Findlay community seriously and will remain a strong partner with local community and civic organizations who make our neighborhoods a better place to live.

This move allows us the opportunity to explore future growth, not only in Findlay, but beyond. We’re not going anywhere Findlay. This move makes us stronger and ready to grow and serve you in the best way possible.

Respectfully,

Robert E Beach,
President and Chief Executive Officer

CSB Expands To Central Location

FINDLAY—As a way to enhance its services in the most efficient way possible, Commercial Savings Bank is consolidating its existing Findlay locations to a central branch at 1660 East Tiffin Avenue.

The move will enhance efficient delivery of all products and services—both business and personal–and permit all staff to be housed in one location.   The 201 East Lincoln Street branch is expected to cease operation in early spring and all existing customer accounts will then be handled from the Tiffin Avenue location.

According to Robert Beach, President and CEO, the existing Tiffin Avenue branch is centrally located in Findlay, has ample parking, provides ATM service and will be easy for customers to access.

“A lot has changed in the banking industry since we opened the doors at the Lincoln Street branch in 2000.  There have been numerous changes in technology and product delivery,” Beach said. “The central location increases efficient delivery of products and services for our customers.

“We remain totally committed to our customers in Findlay.  We will continue to provide the Simply Better service our customers have come to expect,” Beach said.

CSB, which started serving the Findlay area in 1992, is selling the Lincoln Street building to The State Bank and Trust Company.  The agreement is subject to both parties obtaining regulatory approval and meeting other conditions related to the property.   It is anticipated the transaction will close early in 2015.

 

 

 

Fantasy Walk at Upper’s Winter Fantasy of Lights

Sunday, November 30–6- 8 p.m. weather permitting. Harrison Smith Park, 525 E. Wyandot Ave, Upper Sandusky. Opening ceremony at 6 p.m. at Santa’s House.   Walk through the Fantasy of Lights.  No cars will be permitted. Please park at the Elks Lodge.  Free will offering will be accepted to benefit Wyandot County Food Pantries.