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CSB Receives “Proudly We Hail Award”

photoCommercial Savings Bank recently received the “Proudly We Hail Award” from the Findlay Exchange Club.   The award is present to a private residence or business that proudly displays the flag and does so properly. Pictured are (left to right) Vice President/Findlay Branch Manager Beth Waddell and Mortgage Processor Ann Tong. Thank you Findlay Exchange Club!

Community Banking Month–Meet Patricia Stover

patstoverPat is a customer service representative in Findlay. She has been with our company for many years and is retiring at the end of May. We will miss her, but wish Pat all the best! “My 25 years of service has been rewarding to me. I have enjoyed being part of a small community bank. Customer service is a a priority and receiving the reward given to you when resolving a customer’s problem. Commercial Savings Bank is Simply Better.”

Community Banking Month–Meet Jackie Jackson

JackieJacksonJackie is teller supervisor at the Jamesway office and has been employed by CSB since November 2008. “I enjoy community banking because of its personal atmosphere. You really get to know the people you work with from Bob Beach, the bank president, to the back office staff, all on a personal level. Everyone works together as a team with the same common goal of always putting our customer first, providing excellent customer service and building customer relationships. I feel it is a privilege to work for such an awesome company.”

Community Banking Month–Meet Kellie Adkins

kellieadkinsKellie has been a part-time teller at the Barks Road Marion branch since April 2013. “CSB has such a friendly and welcoming atmosphere to not only the staff, but our customers as well. I love that we are able to be more personable with our customers and support the community we live in.”

Community Banking Month–Meet Lauren Kelly

LaurenKellyLauren has been a part-time teller at the Jamesway office since August 2014. “CSB has been a great bank to work for and I thoroughly enjoy working with my team at the Jamesway branch. The best part about working for CSB is getting to know each and every customer to make them feel welcomed.”

Community Banking Month–Meet Pooja Soni

PoojaFindlay Customer Service Manager Pooja Soni has been with CSB for nine years. “There are many reasons why I love my job. I love being a part of a small community bank that makes a difference in Findlay. I love the phenomenal team of Findlay employees and truly believe ‘Great people attract great people!’ And that is why Commercial Savings Bank is Simply Better!”

Community Banking Month–Meet Makayla Davis

MakayladavisMakayla has been a part-time teller at our Barks Road branch in Marion since 2013. “I thoroughly enjoy that I have been able to establish personal relationships with my customers because we are a community bank. This has allowed me to get to know my customers and their banking needs in a better fashion.”

Community Banking Month–Meet Brittany Chase

BrittanyChaseBrittany has been a part-time teller at the Jamesway branch in Marion since November 2010.  According to Brittany,  “CSB has been such a great company to work for and I’ve enjoyed so much working with the crew here at the Jamesway branch. Everyone is so friendly and great to be around. As a community bank, CSB really delivers awesome customer service and is a great place to bank!”

Community Banking Month — Meet Julie Barnett

IMG_9198 Julie is assistant manager at the Arlington Branch. She has been with CSB for six years. Julie says she enjoys the relationships that she has developed over the years with CSB clients. “I think Commercial Savings Bank is what hometown banking is about.”

Arlington Easter Egg Hunt

The Arlington Area Business & Professional Association held its Annual Easter Egg Hunt on March 28. This event took place at the Arlington Good Samaritan Center parking lot and despite the bitter cold, approximately 50 children attended the Hunt along with The Easter Bunny!! Romick Railway also set up to give free train rides. The Good Samaritan Nursing home residents filled more than 600 plastic eggs with candy for Association members, including Arlington Branch Manager Beth Waltermire, to hide.

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