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Press Release | June 13, 2006
Stebbins & Kilpatrick Promoted at CSB
The Commercial & Savings Bank
91 North Clay Street, P.O. Box 232
Millersburg, OH 44654
Contact Person: Deb Berner
Rick L. Ginther, President & CEO of The Commercial & Savings Bank recently announced two promotions at the Bank. Bud Stebbins has been promoted to First Vice President, Senior Loan Officer and Steve Kilpatrick was promoted to First Vice President, Senior Credit Officer.
Stebbins joined CSB in 2001 as a Commercial Lender. He will continue in that role while taking over the responsibilities for the entire loan department of CSB. Stebbins will focus on growing the loan portfolio through business retention and development. He will also coordinate the Bank’s prospecting and calling efforts. Stebbins graduated from Walsh University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree, Cum Laude, in Finance. He is active with Holmes County’s Cystic Fibrosis Great Strides Walk, serves as Finance Counsel Chairman of his church, Cub Master & Co-Den Leader for the Cub Scouts, and is a member of the Knights of Columbus. Stebbins and his wife Kathy have three children.
Kilpatrick joined CSB in 2003 as a Business Lender and was named First
Vice President, Manager of Credit Administration later that same year.
He will continue to oversee the credit area of the Bank and will also
assume additional responsibility for loan approval, asset quality, collections,
risk management, and developing policies and procedures consistent with
the Bank’s objectives. Kilpatrick holds a Bachelor of Science Degree
in Business Administration and a Masters of Business Administration, both
from The Ohio State University. In 2006, the Community Bankers Association
of Ohio awarded him the designation of Certified Community Lender. He
is active with Big Brothers/Big Sisters, is Treasurer of the East Central
Ohio Audubon Society, and serves as an advisor of financial stewardship
for his church. Kilpatrick and his wife Melody have three children and