Geauga Savings Bank opened a new office June 27 in Beachwood, where the bank held an official ribbon cutting ceremony to formally open the office. The office, at 24755 Chagrin Blvd., offers a full line of retail banking, mortgage lending and business banking services.
Mayor Merle S. Gorden, Beachwood Chamber of Commerce president Martin S. Horwitz and council members Melvin Jacobs and Barbara Janovitz were in attendance, celebrating the business joining the Beachwood area.
“We are delighted to be a part of the wonderful Beachwood community,” said Jim Kleinfelter, president and CEO of Geauga Savings Bank, in a news release. “Management has been working for some time to have a meaningful presence in such a strong city. The city administration, including Mayor Merle Gorden and city council, has been cooperative and welcoming of our refurbished facility.”
Geauga Savings Bank executive vice president Dell Duncan said the Beachwood location will offer all of the bank’s loan and most of its deposit services, with full-service banking to be offered in the coming months.
“With our numerous electronic banking options, customers can already access a full range of (Geauga Savings Bank) banking services, delivered with a consistently high level of service,” Duncan said. “In an era of bank consolidation, management is excited to bring community banking to Beachwood and the Greater Cleveland market.”
Publisher’s Note: Martin S. Horwitz is the father of Gayle I. Horwitz, a member of the Cleveland Jewish Publication Company Board of Directors.