Press Release | August 14, 2014
CSB Announces Promotions of Gundrum, Mohr and Yoder
Eddie Steiner, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Commercial & Savings Bank (CSB), recently announced three promotions within the Bank’s retail network. Kendra Gundrum has been promoted to Officer, Banking Center Manager of Clinton Commons in Millersburg; Molly Mohr has been promoted to Assistant Vice President, Banking Center Manager of Walnut Creek; and Tony Yoder has been promoted to Officer, Banking Center Manager of Winesburg.
Gundrum joined CSB in 2013 in the Banking Center Manager Development Program and was promoted to manager at the Millersburg Clinton Commons office in 2014. She will continue in that role. Gundrum has prior experience managing a retail store and serving as branch manager for a bank in Central Ohio. She graduated from West Holmes High School and received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Ashland University in 2000. Gundrum resides in Killbuck with her husband John.
Mohr joined CSB in 2012, entering the Bank’s year-long Management Development Program and was named manager of the Walnut Creek Banking Center in 2013. She will continue in that role. Mohr’s professional experience includes 15 years’ of increasing responsibilities with a large national financial services firm serving Northeast Ohio clients. She is a graduate of Hiland High School and Mount Union College and resides near Benton. Mohr is active in the greater Holmes County community, currently serving on the Holmes County Education Foundation Advisory Board, treasurer of the Hiland Athletic Boosters and treasurer of the Walnut Creek Business Association. She is also an avid runner and enjoys participating and volunteering at many local events.
Yoder is a graduate of Hiland High School and joined CSB in 2012 after earning his Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from Mount Vernon Nazarene University. He spent a year under the leadership mentoring of then-Regional Branch Manager Melissa Sprang and was named manager of the Winesburg Banking Center in early 2014. He will continue in that role. Yoder resides in Sugarcreek with his wife Katelyn and is a member of the Winesburg Business Association and Hiland Athletic Boosters Club.
“We are pleased to have Kendra, Molly & Tony serving in these leadership roles. They are each developing strong customer relationships throughout Holmes County,” stated Steiner, “and are very deserving of these promotions.”
CSB has 16 banking centers in Holmes, Wayne, Stark and Tuscarawas counties. CSB has been an independent community bank for 135 years and can be found on the web at www.csb1.com and reached toll-free at 1-800-654-9015. CSB is an equal housing lender and member FDIC.