Community State Bank (CSB) is pleased to announce the promotion of Becky McClelland, Nicholas Borth, and Melissa Gramza to assistant vice president.
Becky McClelland has been promoted to assistant vice president, Burlington market president. As market president, McClelland partners with Burlington businesses, non-profits and municipalities to help promote community growth and meet their unique business needs. She joined CSB in 2015 and has worked in the Burlington market for over three years and was recently promoted to the market president role in 2021.
“I’m very grateful to be a part of the Burlington community,” said McClelland. “The business and community relationships that I’ve been able to establish since becoming a market president have been amazing. I’m eager to continue sharing the importance of working with a community bank, and look forward to helping Burlington grow.”
Nicholas Borth has also been promoted to assistant vice president, Waterford market president. Borth joined CSB in 2013 as a business banker and has been in the Waterford market president role for over 4 years. Borth has focused a portion of his business banking efforts on partnering with the U.S. Small Business Administration to assist with developing new business relationships.
“I was raised in Waterford. I enjoy making a difference in the community that I’ve called home for so many years. Waterford is in a unique stage right now where we’re seeing a lot of new businesses open. I’m excited to see our area expand and look forward to continuing to help support the growth of our community,” explained Borth.
Melissa Gramza joined CSB in 2014 and was promoted to controller in 2020. She has recently been promoted to assistant vice president, controller. As controller, Gramza works closely with the CSB chief financial officer monitoring the company’s financial health.
“I started at CSB as a universal banker and Community State Bank has been supportive helping me grow into my current role as assistant vice president and controller,” said Gramza. “I look forward to continuing to develop my career here at CSB.”
All promotions took effect at the beginning of January 2022.
“Congratulations to Becky, Nick, and Mel on their well earned promotions,” said CSB President and CEO Scott Huedepohl. “We’re honored to have each of them on our team and look forward to what the future holds for them at Community State Bank.”