Roselle Savings Bank participates in local Roselle car show. Thanks to everyone that stopped by to see us!
Jack Werrell from Bernards High School was awarded the Young Entrepreneur Scholarship Award for the Rotary Club of Somerville-Bridgewater Foundation. Pictured with Jack Werrell is Dianne Durland, Roselle Savings Bank, AVP/Training Manager and chair on the committee, Foundation President Bob Hardgrove and Club President Om Sachdev.
Roselle Savings Bank employees along with ARC volunteers created planters that will be delivered to group homes.
Did you stop by and spin the Roselle Savings Bank Wheel of Fortune at the Hunterdon County Community Day Fair? It was a day filled with food, games, music and fun for the whole family.
Continuing our commitment to building strong and vibrant communities and improving quality of life the Bank participates in several company-wide initiatives in which staff teams work together for the greater good.
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Roselle branch challenged the children of Dr. Charles C. Polk School to a 7-weeks savings competition. Children received a special invitation to the branch to open Student Savings Accounts to earn $0.20% APY.
As a member of the Bernardsville Chamber of Commerce, on April 21st, the Chamber provided a $20,000 donation to the Bernardsville Firefighters during their Annual Fireman's Dinner. The donation will be used for training activities for the firemen.
From left to right: Richard Steinberg – Bernardsville Chamber of Commerce; Director Joseph Rossi – Bernardsville Chamber of Commerce; Vice President Randy Steinkopf - Vice President of the Fire Department; Executive Officer Frank Ferranti –President of the Fire Department and a Trustee; Maureen Wolfenden – Roselle Savings Bank, Bernardsville Branch Manager, and Bernardsville Chamber of Commerce; Director Eileen Loughnane – Bernardsville Chamber of Commerce, President
A long-time partner and generous supporter of the New Jersey Citizen Action, Roselle Savings Bank provides a $1,500 grant to promote social and economic justice for low-income families, seniors, minorities, immigrants, women, and workers.Read More >
The children in Bernardsville received a special treat when the Easter Bunny hopped into the Bernardsville branch to drop-off goodies and spread the word about our Student Savings Account.
On March 9th, we were honored by Charles C. Polk Elementary School for our dedication and commitment to working with students and the community during their Annual School and Community Black Heritage and Women's History Month Celebration. Accepting the award on our behalf, Detlef H. Felschow, President and Chief Executive Officer and Beth Retcho, Vice President and Branch Manager for the Roselle branch.Read More >
On March 6, we enjoyed a visit from St. Joseph’s kindergarten class. Eager to learn about banking Detlef H. Felschow, President and Chief Executive Officer talked with the students about the benefits of saving.
Roselle branch challenged the children of St. Joseph’s School to a 12-weeks savings competition. Children received a special invitation to the branch to open Student Savings Accounts to earn $0.20% APY.
Left homeless with no possessions, we provided a donation to Community Access Unlimited, the local nonprofit that supports the fourteen residents with disabilities, to help furnish their new living quarters after a fire ripped through their apartment building on 3rd Avenue in Roselle.
The students of Inroads to Opportunities had the opportunity learn about the history of Roselle Savings Bank. In addition, they learned about checking accounts, savings accounts, debit and credit cards, loans, and how to open an account. They ended their visit with a tour of the bank and used the money counting machines to count their change.