Press Release | November 1, 2008
The Commercial & Savings Bank Welcomes Indian Village Customers
Indian Village Community Bank (Indian Village) became a part of The Commercial & Savings Bank (CSB) at the close of business on October 31. On Saturday morning, November 1, the Indian Village banking centers in Gnadenhutten, New Philadelphia and North Canton opened as CSB. Civic and public officials in each community joined the employees and board members of both banks in the official unveiling of the new CSB signs.
“Since the announcement in May, both banks have been working together as a team to make the transition to CSB as smooth as possible for the shareholders, customers and the communities Indian Village serves,” stated Rick L. Ginther, President & CEO of CSB. “We are pleased to expand our presence in Tuscarawas County and to be entering the North Canton market.”
CSB now has 13 banking centers and 15 ATMs throughout Holmes, Stark, Tuscarawas and Wayne Counties and has been an independent community bank since 1879. As a full service bank, CSB offers a wide variety of both personal and business deposit and loan products as well as trust and brokerage services. For those interested in electronic banking, CSB offers excellent Internet and telephone banking services. Business customers can even choose to make deposits from their office with the Bank’s Remote Deposit Capture service.
CSB is owned and operated by its holding company, CSB Bancorp, Inc. (CSBB.OB)
and is headquartered in Millersburg, Ohio. With the acquisition of Indian
Village, CSB now has a team of 155 employees. CSB, an equal housing lender
and member FDIC, is located on the web at www.csb1.com and can be reached
toll-free at (800) 654-9015.