Wednesday September 30, 2009

Fulton Savings Bank Honors Employees

Length of Service Awarded

      Fulton Savings Bank recently honored 23 employees for their years of dedicated service to the bank and its customers at the bank's annual employee outing, held recently at Bayshore Grove.

          “These service awards recognize the dedication and promise of each of the individuals, all long-time employees of the bank, and their efforts in assuring Fulton Savings' consistently high level of customer service,” said Fulton Savings' President and CEO Michael J. Pollock in making the announcement.

          Award recipients with the longest years of service were: Jerome Mirabito for 30 years; Susan Wood for 25 years; and Sandra Abbott, Carrie Bixby, Gail Hess, Cindy Koegel, Judith Littau, and Lynne Parkhurst, all with 20 years of service.

          Those receiving awards for 15 years of service were Annette Cotton, Ethel Murphy and Marlene Pinckney.

          Awarded for ten years of service were Sharon Balducci, Thomas Greco, P. J. Litzan, Jason Niver, Sharon Trask and Kathlene Williams.

          Receiving awards for five years of service were Nanette Austin, Heaven Boyle, Ronald Browning, Tiny Obey, Laurel Shuster and Jennifer Staats.

          “We work hard to offer our customers unmatched convenience and service, innovative and competitive products, and high quality service delivery - all of which are paramount in the banking business today.  These long-time employees, through their hard work and dedication to the bank and to our customers, exemplify these traits and our mission,” Pollock said.

          Fulton Savings Bank was founded in Fulton nearly 140 years ago in 1871.  Today it is still a New York State chartered mutual savings bank headquartered in the City of Fulton and is the leading independent bank in Oswego County with over $407 million in assets.  The bank has eight full-service banking offices, five Express Banking ATM kiosks, and a loan representative office in Oswego. 

          Fulton Savings customers' deposits are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to the limits allowed by law.  The bank is an equal housing lender.