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CSB Appoints Hammond and Bucklew to New Roles; Workman Retires

Photo of Mike Workman
Narrated by Ami Hammond

Eddie Steiner, President of The Commercial & Savings Bank (CSB), recently announced the appointment of Ami Hammond to Mortgage Loan Originator in the Wooster market following the retirement of Mike Workman, effective December 31, 2020. Hammond previously served as Wooster Downtown Banking Center Manager. Stacy Bucklew has been appointed to replace Hammond as Banking Center Manager at the Wooster Downtown location.

Workman has had a 44-year banking career. “Mike has been an outstanding contributor since joining CSB in 2011, and his relationship and lending skills have generated many loyal customers. We wish Mike the very best in his well-deserved retirement,” stated Steiner.

Hammond has 20 years of banking experience in Wooster and has been serving as the Wooster Downtown Banking Center Manager since 2014.She resides in Wooster with her husband and two children and is involved in Wooster Noon Lions Club and volunteers in multiple other community activities. You can reach Ami Hammond at 330.263.4231 or by email at ami.hammond@csb1.com.

Photo of Stacy Bucklew

Bucklew has served in a variety of roles within CSB’s Wayne County banking centers since joining the Bank in 2012, including most recently as Shreve Banking Center Manager. Bucklew participates in many community service activities including teaching financial literacy classes. She currently resides in Wooster with her husband. You can reach Stacy Bucklew at 330.263.4939 or by email at stacy.bucklew@csb1.com.

“We are proud to have Ami and Stacy in these key roles in the Wayne County market,” stated Steiner. “They both have a passion for serving customers and excel at building strong, trusted relationships.”

CSB has 16 locations in Holmes, Wayne, Stark, and Tuscarawas counties and has been an independent community bank for over 140 years. CSB is an equal housing lender and member FDIC. Learn more at www.csb1.com or call us at 800.654.9015.