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     Millville Savings Bank Announces                                                                              founder of the South Harrison Alliance
                                                                                                                   for Educational Excellence, a non-profit
     New Directors, New Chairman                                                                                   501(c) 3 Education Foundation that sub-
        Millville Savings Bank has announced that Robert P. Gehring                                                sidized ancillary programs at the elemen-
     and Louis L. Petrini, Sr., have been added to the Bank’s Board of                                             tary level including reading literacy and
     Directors, and current board member Chuck Wyble was named                                                     the arts.
     chairman of the Board.                                                                                           Petrini has over 35 years of experience
        President and CEO David Greenfield stated, “We are delighted                                               in the banking industry in high-level posi-
     with our Board additions. They will help Millville Savings Bank                                               tions. His expertise encompasses many
     to continually strive to meet the needs of our customers and com-                                             facets of banking in the South Jersey area,
     munity. Both of the new directors add exceptional banking exper-                                              including loan originations, secured, unse-
     tise that will help the bank to continue to grow and advance as an   Robert P. Gehring        Louis L. Petrini, Sr.   H.E. Chuck Wyble, Jr.   cured, with recourse and non-recourse;
     independent community bank. Chuck Wyble, who has served on the                                                loan servicing; credit underwriting; finan-
     board for 15 years, is a great choice as our chairman to help continue the Bank’s long tradi-  cial analysis; collateral liquidation; and commercial, business, and real estate lending.
     tion of being a neighborhood and BauerFinancial 5-star rated bank.”       He has held leadership positions for several South Jersey and regional banks. Petrini
        Gehring has accumulated more than 45 years of commercial and real estate banking   is also the founding president of the Buena Regional Education Foundation, and a past
     experience having previously worked at several commercial and savings chartered banks   member of the NJ Association of School Business Officials, and Buena Vista Township
     in Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, Florida, and Delaware.      Economic Committee Urban Loan Fund.
        In addition to credit administration and management, his expertise is commercial and   Wyble has lived in Millville for nearly 60 years and has over 35 years of expertise in
     real estate lending in the Delaware Valley market area including Southern New Jersey. He   advertising, marketing, and public relations. For over 30 years, he worked for Wyble
     has held senior executive-level positions at banks ranging in size up to $13 billion includ-  Advertising, his family’s business located in Millville. He currently works for Clearbridge
     ing a large retail bank headquartered in Wilmington where he served as Division Manager   Branding Agency in Glassboro, Philadelphia, and Chicago, where his advertising prowess
     of the Credit Risk Management Division. Prior to his retirement he held the position of   helps the agency exceed client expectations.
     Chief Credit Officer at a large South Jersey community bank.                Wyble has served on the Millville Savings Board of Directors for 15 years. He is also
        Over his career Gehring has served on several community-based boards and com-  currently on the Board of Directors of the Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce, vice
     mittees including Community Redevelopment, Zoning and Board of Adjustment and   chair of the Millville Army Air Field Museum, and also serves on the Millville Kiwanis
     notably, President of the South Harrison Board of Education. Additionally, he was the   Club’s Board.
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