Press Release  | September 26, 2011


Gallion Promoted at CSB, Hershberger Named Manager of Berlin Banking Center

 

Bob Manning, Chief Operations Officer of The Commercial & Savings Bank (CSB) recently announced the promotion of Brett A. Gallion to the position of Officer, Project Analyst. Gallion had most recently been the Manager of CSB's Berlin Banking Center. In addition, Manning announced that Benjamin J. Hershberger has joined CSB as Officer, Berlin Banking Center Manager.

In his new position, Gallion is responsible for planning, coordinating and directing projects, conducting process work flow analysis and special projects. Hershberger will be responsible for developing customer relationships in the Berlin market as well as overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Banking Center.

"Brett is very deserving of this promotion as he has been instrumental in many of our initiatives over the past few years and has shown exemplary leadership skills," stated Manning. "We are also thrilled to have Ben step into the role of Manager at Berlin. With his local ties to the community, he is a welcome addition to our staff."
Gallion joined CSB in 2004 while attending West Holmes High School, working in the Bank's Marketing Department and Banking Centers. Upon graduating from West Holmes, Gallion continued his employment at CSB while attending college. He graduated from Kent State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Magna Cum Laude in August 2010. Gallion resides in Millersburg.

After graduating from Garaway High School in 2003, Hershberger attended Bluffton University where he earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sports Management and a Minor in Business Administration. Upon graduation from Bluffton in 2007, Ben moved to Indiana where he was a sales associate and Personal Banker at a financial institution. He and his wife reside in Baltic.
Gallion can be reached at 330-674-9015 while Hershberger can be reached in Berlin at 330-893-3565.

 

 

 


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