News and Updates

Community Banking Month — Meet Darci Burlew

Active in her church and on Mission trips, Darci has been with CSB for nearly 12 years and is Assistant Head Teller at our Upper Sandusky headquarters.

“Building lifelong relationships with customers is the best part about working for a community bank. We know most of our customers on a first name basis, and we are able to talk with them about what is happening in town or how their business is doing. Our community is a great place to work and live!”

Community Banking Month — Meet Sue Reiff

Sue is teller supervisor at our Barks Road branch in Marion. She is actively involved with Junior Achievement, church programs and community events.

“I have worked at CSB for 10 years. In that time, I feel I have built great relationships with my customers and they feel very comfortable coming to me with their banking needs. I like a community bank because we can take the time to really get to know our customers and know what they need. Commercial Savings Bank is always willing to let us get involved in community events and that’s what it is all about, giving back to to the Marion community.”

Community Banking Month — Meet Stacie Breitigam

CSB_StacieStacie has been a part of the Carey CSB customer service team for more than 13 years.

“I love working with our customers and helping them get exactly what they need. It is really nice that when they walk in our door, we know most of them by name. “

When not attending her children’s events, Stacie can be found shopping locally and helping out at local events like Carey Fest.

Community Banking Month — Meet Heather Alt

Heather is a Customer Service Manager in our Findlay market.

“Working at CSB enables me to interact with so many personalities on a daily basis and to go the extra mile to prove to them why banking at CSB is simply better. It provides me with personal satisfaction to provide customers with over the top customer service.”

CSB Earns Five-Stars From BauerFinancial

UPPER SANDUSKY— Commercial Savings Bank has been awarded a Five-Star (Superior) designation from BauerFinancial, Inc.

BauerFinancial has been analyzing and reporting on the financial condition of the nation’s banking industry since 1983. Each bank and credit union is required to file a detailed financial report with federal regulators four times a year. BauerFinancial obtains this data in its raw form from the government. The quarterly data is subjected to a thorough analysis and is compared with historical data for consistency. Upon completion of the analysis, a star-rating is assigned based on a scale of zero to five stars with five stars being the strongest.

“We are extremely pleased to earn the prestigious BauerFinancial Five Star rating,” said Bob Beach, President and CEO. “We make sound financial decisions on a daily basis and on a local level. We are confident and want our customers to feel confident knowing that we have their best interests at heart in every decision we make.”

Established in 1920, Commercial Savings Bank operates offices in Arlington, Findlay, Carey, Harpster, Upper Sandusky, Marion and Worthington (loan production office). Commercial Savings Bank is a subsidiary of Commercial Bancshares, Inc.



Community Banking Month — Meet Lori Sammet

CSB--LoriLori started at Carey’s CSB branch in June of 2007. Lori attends community events and encourages her children to do the same and be involved.

“We love our community, our customers. The customers love us! I think our customers like seeing us at the store, at the fest, etc., and knowing we are a part of the community too.”

Community Banking Month — Meet Julie Barnett

Julie is Assistant Branch Manager at our Arlington location. She is actively involved with Cedarcreek Church and the Susan Koman Race in Findlay.

“I enjoy working with a community bank because you get to grow personal relationships with your customers. There is nothing more rewarding than to see them grow to their full potential financially by offering hope, positivity, inspiration and most of all a smile! Your smile might be the only one they receive that day! It’s very humbling when you receive all this back too!

Julie has been with CSB for 5 years.

Community Banking Month — Meet Chontay Jacoby

CSBChontayChontay has been with the Carey branch of CSB for 6 years. Active in Carey Soccer Club and the track fundraising committee, Chontay also has a photography business and helps run a small business in Carey.

“I like working in a community bank because I know most of the customers and feel we have a great presence in our community. CSB rules because of the employees and their service/involvement in the community.”

Community Banking Month — Meet Maggie Rowland

Maggie is head teller at our branch in Upper Sandusky, She has been with CSB for 11 1/2 years and is active in her church and a fire department auxiliary member.

“I love my customers! It is all about them. It’s nice to build relationships with our customers and know you are helping them on a daily basis….whether I am balancing a checkbook or just making them a cup of coffee and a donut. I am here to help them!”

Community Banking Month — Meet Patty Luikart

CSB-PattyPatty has worked for CSB for more than 20 years! She loves that she knows her customers by name and they know her. She is active in Relay For Life, Carey Fest parade, Business Showcase, Christmas in Carey and other community activities.

 “We have a great staff that gets along really well, considering we see each other more than our family members. Everyone is really caring and compassionate and step up when asked and needed. Customers come first and we strive to make them feel welcome and a part of their community bank.