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First Central Savings Bank celebrates momentous $1 billion milestone in loan originations

Oct. 24, 2023 By Ethan Marshall

First Central Savings Bank (FCSB) announced that Michelle Socias, executive vice president and director of Residential Mortgage Originations and Capital Markets, and her residential lending team surpassed the extraordinary milestone of $1 billion in residential loan originations in September 2023.

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Executive Leadership Team Members at First Central Savings Bank. Photo courtesy of First Central Savings Bank

First Central Savings Bank views this accomplishment as a great way of exemplifying their commitment to delivering unparalleled financial lending services. Additionally, it underscores the Bank’s position as a trusted partner in the communities they serve. The residential lending team’s diligence and passion for providing tailored solutions have not only enriched the lives of countless individuals and families but have also supported the overall economic development of the community.

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Photo courtesy of First Central Savings Bank

Ken Sapanski, SEVP Chief Credit Officer and Director of Mortgage Banking expressed his deep praise to the residential team. “Since joining FCSB in November 2019 and assembling the residential team, we have had great success in developing lending products for our customers and partners. We look forward to building additional relationships in the mortgage banking industry and continuing our success in growing FCSB. The remarkable milestone of $1 billion in loan originations speaks volumes about FCSB’s robust loan growth and its steadfast position in the market.”

Chairman Joseph Pistilli expressed his admiration and congratulations on behalf of First Central Savings Bank’s Board of Directors to Michelle Socias and her team, stating, “We congratulate Michelle Socias and the entire residential lending team for their unwavering dedication and exceptional performance that led to this momentous achievement. Their expertise and relentless commitment to excellence have been critical to our continued success.”

The management team at First Central Savings Bank is dedicated to delivering exceptional results to their customers and shareholders. With a focus on community-oriented banking, First Central Savings Bank works to foster economic growth and ensure the prosperity of the local community.

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