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Leadership changes foster growth at Killbuck Savings Bank Co.: Justin J. Pike, new CFO; Rachel D. Miller promoted to president

Justin J. Pike, chief financial officer

Rachel D. Miller, president


KILLBUCK  The board of directors of The Killbuck Savings Bank Co. recently announced transitional changes to the executive team which will provide continuity in management while remaining focused on the long-term growth of the bank, according to a news release.

Justin J. Pike has joined The Killbuck Savings Bank as chief financial officer. Pike is a graduate of Kent State University where he earned a bachelor’s of science degree in accounting. After 23 years in the financial industry, he is excited to work at an established and growing community bank.

“I am looking forward to working at The Killbuck Savings Bank where the culture and focus is on the importance of community and investing in the growth and economic vitality of all the areas we serve,” Pike said in the news release.

Rachel D. Miller has been promoted to president. Miller began her career at The Killbuck Savings Bank in 2002. She is a graduate of Malone College where she earned her bachelor’s of science degree in accounting and business administration. She has held various leadership roles within the organization and most recently served as the chief financial officer.

Victor H. Weaver will remain as the chief executive officer, guiding the bank as it continues to see steady increases in both revenue and earnings.

The announcement exemplifies the company’s long-term succession planning and underscores the tradition of management continuity that has shaped The Killbuck Savings Bank into the bank it is today, the release states.

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