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  • THE PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK LAUNCHES WEB SITE THAT MENTORS FINANCIAL DREAMS

    Feb 22, 2018
    The Peoples Savings Bank of Urbana, Ohio, has turned banking upside down – again. The local Ohio community mutual bank launched their new and improved Web site on March 1, 2018, a new approach to an online presence that once again sets themselves apart from other banks and typical banking practices.
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  • TPSB ANNOUNCES STAFF PROMOTIONS

    Feb 15, 2018
    Dr. Charles Wingfield, Chairman of the Board of The Peoples Savings Bank of Urbana recently announced staff promotions. Wingfield said, “We are proud to be able to recognize all these folks for their continuing contributions to the success of Peoples.”
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  • TPSB ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT OF PRESIDENT BRICE KADEL

    Feb 01, 2018
    Dr. Charles Wingfield recently announced the upcoming retirement of Brice Kadel, President of The Peoples Savings Bank. Taking over for Mr. Kadel will be Brian Nicol who currently serves as Executive Vice President.
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