Page 6 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • June 17, 2009 Business Atlantic Stewardship earns Community Service Award Atlantic Stewardship Bank has been named one of the New Jersey Bankers Association’s Community Service Award recipients for 2009. The list of winners also includes Boiling Springs Savings Bank, Century Savings Bank, and First Hope Bank. New Jersey Bankers Association Co-President/CoCEO John E. McWeeney Jr. said, “These four Community Service Award recipients are outstanding examples of the community spirit shared by all of NJBankers members.” Atlantic Stewardship Bank is well known in northern New Jersey for its unique tithing program. Each year, the bank shares 10 percent of its pre-tax earnings with Christian and local civic non-profit organizations. In accordance with the tithing program, Atlantic Stewardship Bank makes hundreds of donations; sending or hand delivering checks to food pantries, Christian missions and ministries, schools, libraries, police and fire departments, and other deserving recipients local to the bank’s branch offices. To date, the bank’s total tithe donations exceed $6.3 million. Atlantic Stewardship Bank’s commitment to community service is reflected in the participation of its associ- NJBankers members receiving recognition in the Community Service Award: James R. Silkensen, co-president/co-CEO NJBankers; Robert E. Stillwell, president/CEO, Boiling Springs Savings Bank, Rutherford; Norman E. Beatty, chairman/ president/CEO, First Hope Bank, Hope; David J. Hemple, president, Century Savings Bank, Vineland; Paul Van Ostenbridge, president/CEO, Atlantic Stewardship Bank, Midland Park and John E. McWeeney, Jr., co-president/co-CEO, NJBankers. Dieting? Working Out? 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Many innovative and high- impact entries were submitted by NJBankers • Non-invasive members throughout the state. More than 200 charitable and civic Anesthesia received assistance • No organizations from NJBankers members in 2008. • No Downtime Atlantic Stewardship Bank, a subsidiary of Stewardship Financial Corporation, maintains banking locations in Midland Park, Montville, North Haledon, Pequannock, Ridgewood, Waldwick, Westwood, Wyckoff, Hawthorne, and Wayne. Established in 1985, Atlantic Stewardship is a full-service community bank serving both individuals and businesses. The bank is a subsidiary of Stewardship Financial Corporation trading under the symbol SSFN. The bank’s website is www.asbnow.com. Founded over 100 years ago, the New Jersey Bankers Association is a trade association representing 119 banks and more than 210 service providers in the State of New Jersey. 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