"Heartbleed" in the News - You may have read or heard about the recently announced "Heartbleed" vulnerability for the Internet community. CSB’s website, internet banking and mobile applications are secure and have not been affected. However, if you use the same password for multiple internet applications, including your CSB internet banking, we strongly advise you to change your CSB password to a unique password used only for CSB internet banking. It would be best to use a combination of upper and lower case letters and numbers. You may also want to refer to heartbleed.com for more information about the “Heartbleed” internet vulnerability. As companies patch their systems to protect from this vulnerability, they may request that you change your password and/or update your security questions. We highly recommend you follow their instructions, keeping in mind that no legitimate business would ask you to provide your password to them. Your password should be known only by you.
Press Release | October 25, 2011
For Immediate Release
October, 25, 2011
91 North Clay Street, P.O. Box 232 Contact Person: Deborah S. Berner, VP Marketing
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The Commercial and Savings Bank Holds Ribbon Cutting for New Wooster Branches
On Tuesday, October 25, 2011 The Commercial & Savings Bank (CSB) celebrated the opening of its two new Wooster branches with a ribbon cutting and reception. Numerous civic and public officials joined the Bank's management team and board in the celebration.
CSB purchased the two Wooster branches of Premier Bank & Trust and officially took ownership on October 14, 2011. "We are pleased to expand our retail banking presence into the Wooster market and look forward to serving the customers of these branches as well as gaining new customers," stated Eddie Steiner, Chairman of the bank. "We have had a presence in Wooster for years through our commercial banking and trust activities and have three other CSB branches in Wayne County, two in the Orrville area and one in Shreve."
The two new branches provide a CSB presence in the beautiful downtown area as well as the north end of Wooster. The Downtown office is located at 305 West Liberty Street and can be reached by phone at 330-263-1955. The Milltown office is located at 3562 Commerce Parkway and can be reached by phone at 330-345-2031. Hours at both offices are Monday – Thursday, 8:30 – 5:00; Friday 8:30 – 5:00 with the drive-thru open until 6:00; and Saturday 8:30 – 12:00. Additionally, 24-hour service is available through drive-up ATMs, phone banking and online banking at www.csb1.com.
Robyn McClintock serves as the manager of both Wooster branches with Mike Workman serving the lending needs of customers. In addition, Colby Chamberlin will be handling commercial banking needs of the business community. "Robyn, Mike & Colby all have years of banking experience and live in Wooster," Steiner stated. "Their knowledge of the area and the customers we are serving is invaluable. We are very happy to have their leadership on the CSB team as we serve the Wooster community."
CSB is a wholly owned subsidiary of CSB Bancorp, Inc., a financial holding company headquartered in Millersburg, Ohio, with approximate assets of $535 million. The Bank provides a complete range of banking and other financial services to consumers and businesses with sixteen branches in Holmes, Stark, Tuscarawas and Wayne counties and Trust offices located in Millersburg and Wooster, Ohio. CSB is an equal housing lender and member FDIC.
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