– Roselle Savings Bank participated in United Way of Union County’s 2016 Adopt a Family food drive program this Thanksgiving by collecting food for needy families in Roselle and across Greater Union County. All of the items were donated by generous Roselle Savings Bank employees.
Janice Ritz, Roselle Savings Bank Senior Vice President / Human Resources Director, commented, “While most of us gather at Thanksgiving to express thanks for what we have, it’s easy to forget those who are less fortunate. A wholesome Thanksgiving meal can go a long way to raise a family’s spirits as they enter the holiday season. It’s heart-warming to see our bank employees rise to the occasion and support underprivileged families in many of the communities we serve.”
Pictured above making the final preparations for collection are Roselle Savings Bank executives (l to r): President and CEO Jill Schafhauser; Roselle Branch Manager Beth Retcho, Executive Vice President and COO Detlef Felschow; and Senior Vice President / Human Resources Director Janice Ritz.
Roselle Savings Bank Food Drive Donations
Roselle Savings Bank originally opened its doors in May of 1889 as the Roselle Building and Loan Association, serving what is now the Borough of Roselle and the surrounding communities. The bank specializes in banking products and services for individuals and families. Through the years, Roselle Savings Bank has grown to serve residents not only in Union County, but also in Hunterdon, Somerset, Essex, Middlesex, Morris and Warren counties. Branches are located in Roselle, Bernardsville, High Bridge and Cranford. The bank is an Equal Opportunity Lender and a member of the FDIC. The main office may be reached at 908-245-1885 or by visiting www.rosellesavings.com.