New Windsor State Bank Announces New Chairman of the Board
New Windsor State Bank is pleased to announce the appointment of D. Arthur Seibel as Chairman of the Board of Directors, New Windsor Bank. Mr. Seibel is a seasoned executive with a proven record in leadership and financial management for public and private companies. He is currently employed as Managing Director of Cristal Inorganic Chemicals (CIC). His background and experience includes 10 years as a CFO of a public and/or private company, 12 years Big 4 public accounting and 2 years as a managing director of a European company. Having served on the New Windsor Bank Board of Directors since 2001, Mr. Seibel is excited about his new role as Chairman of the Board. He outlined the Board’s strategic direction for continued growth and profitability at the Annual Shareholders Meeting on April 15, 2014.
Retiring Chairman of the Board is Daniel D. Hartzler. Mr. Hartzler concluded 36 years of service to NWSB, having been elected to the Board in 1978. His vast experience in Carroll County provided a unique insight for the Board. His tenure as Chairman of the Board since 1999 included service on nearly all the Board committees. Mr. Hartzler’s leadership of the Bank through its growth years and the Great Recession was extraordinary.
Also retiring is H. McKinley “Mac” Coffman who served as a NWSB Board Member since 1978. Over the ensuing four decades Mr. Coffman has been a participant at many levels of Board activity. He distinguished himself through service on the Bank Asset-Liability, Strategic Planning, and Audit committees to name a few. He was instrumental in keeping the Bank’s shareholders apprised of the Bank’s progress.
We will miss the wise counsel and advice of both men, and wish them the very best in the years to come.
New Windsor State Bank is committed to serving area residents and remaining an independent community bank.
The ATM machine at our College Square Branch (444 WMC Drive, Westminster) now has deposit automation. This new technology allows customers to deposit bulk checks and cash without an envelope or deposit slip. The ATM will accept up to 50 bills of mixed denomination (US currency only). Customers can also deposit up to 50 checks at once. They will have the ability to review the image of each check being deposited to ensure the total being deposited is correct. Customers can also choose to receive check images on their receipt.
The new technology is currently available at our College Square Branch location only. See how easy automated banking can be by watching this brief video.
July 11, 2014- Carroll County Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament
July 12, 2014-New Windsor Fire Department crab feast
July 31, 2014- Pioneer Event-American Queen trip preview at the Taneytown Branch
As part of our "Growing With You" campaign, New Windsor State Bank recently filmed two television commercials. They are currently airing on the Comcast network. Click on the links below if you would like to see the commercials.