Union County Savings Bank holds ribbon-cutting ceremony for Springfield administrative office

Union County Savings Bank celebrated the grand opening of its new administrative office in Springfield with a ribbon cutting ceremony recently.

Springfield Mayor Christopher Capodice assisted UCSB CEO and President Joseph Yewaisis with the ribbon-cutting on April 4. In attendance also were noted guests including U.S. Rep. Tom Kean Jr. (R-7th Dist.), Springfield Chief of Police John Cook and Springfield Chamber of Commerce co-Chairman Mike Scalera.

Located at 130 Mountain Ave., across from Jonathan Daly High School, the 140-year-old community bank’s newly designed Springfield office space will comfortably accommodate back-office employees, including human resources, its charitable foundation, marketing and compliance. The new location will make it even more convenient for the bank to serve the needs of yet another Union County community through its wide array of volunteer programs and charitable grants.

“At Union County Savings Bank, our mission is to deliver unparalleled service to our customers and communities,” Yewaisis said. “As UCSB continues to grow, this new administrative office will serve as a key hub in ensuring we continually offer the best products, services and outreach to our valued customers.”

The brick-façade building underwent a total renovation throughout the winter, further advancing UCSB’s progress in modernizing its operations. The bank recently introduced online and mobile banking with expanded services like Zelle money transfers and bill pay. It will unveil both consumer and business debit cards in mid-April.