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Press Release | February 17, 2005
Promotions Announced at CSB
John J. Limbert, President and CEO of The Commercial and Savings Bank recently announced several promotions at the Bank.
Promoted to the position of Assistant Vice President, Banking Center Manager were Ronald Stutzman, Mieke Tuerpitz, and Marsha Walker. Promoted to Officer positions within the Bank were Beverly Carr and Sherry McRobie.
Stutzman began his career with CSB in 1973. He has held a variety of positions over his long career and currently serves as the manager of the Walnut Creek Banking Center. Stutzman holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Cedarville University. He resides in Berlin with his wife, Mariann.
Tuerpitz joined the bank in 1989 and currently serves as the Main Office Banking Center Manager. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education from the College of Haarlem in Holland. Tuerpitz lives in Millersburg with her husband Peter.
Serving as the Berlin Banking Center Manager, Walker joined CSB in 2004 and has ten years of banking experience. She holds a NASD Series 6 license, which in addition to traditional bank services, allows her to assist customers with annuity products. Walker resides in Sugarcreek with her husband Patrick.
Carr will serve as Operations Officer, Deposit Processing. A member of the CSB team since 1978, Carr will continue to lead the bookkeeping and proof departments, the area she has specialized in since joining the bank. She resides near Nashville with her husband Mike.
McRobie joined CSB in 1994 and will serve as Assistant Cashier, Charm Banking Center Manager. She attended Cedarville University and resides in Sugarcreek with her husband Chuck.
“CSB has a wealth of talent and we are always pleased when we can
promote from within our organization,” commented Limbert.