Huron Valley State Bank Opens New ATM
Ceremonial Ribbon Cutting Held 9/19/17 
Huron Valley State Bank hosted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Grand Re-Opening Celebration on Tuesday, September 19 for the newest Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) located across the parking lot directly in front of Holden's Party Store. The original ATM was attached to the storefront which was destroyed by the fire that took place on September 2, 2015. The new and improved ATM was designed to provide easy access to commuters on Milford Road and provide consumers visiting Holden's with a convenient way to access money.  
"Our bank along with the Huron Valley area was devastated by the fire that took place two years ago. Thankfully Holden's was able to rebuild and reopen within a year. Holden's Party store is a pillar in the community, and Huron Valley State Bank is proud to be a partner with such a fine establishment," said Jack Shubitowski, President and CEO.
The Huron Valley Chamber of Commerce facilitated the ribbon cutting, and chamber members, the Holden's Family, community participants and Bank employees enjoyed refreshments inside of the newly built Holden's Party Store. Then at 8:30 sharp the group proceeded outside to cut the ceremony ribbon at the ATM.
Huron Valley State Bank  
Announces Mobile Deposit 
Huron Valley State Bank announces new capabilities to its mobile banking application available for Smartphone and tablet users. The Bank's new Mobile Deposit feature allows customers to upload and deposit checks into their bank account.

"Huron Valley State Bank is pleased to be able to offer this service to our customers," said Jack Shubitowski, President and CEO. "The bank is continually looking for tools to meet the ever evolving needs of our technology driven marketplace. This new feature is a direct response to our customers' desire for flexibility in how they transact business with the bank ."
Mobile Deposit allows customers to take a photo of the check they wish to deposit with their Smartphone or tablet and securely make the transaction through the HVSB mobile banking application. Customers must be enrolled in online banking and mobile banking to apply for Mobile Deposit.
In addition to Mobile Deposit, HVSB's mobile banking services give customers accessibility to a variety of functions. These include the ability to: access their account balances, review recent transactions, obtain images of checks that have cleared, transfer funds between accounts, pay bills from their checking account, view eDocuments and/or eStatements and obtain a list of branch locations and ATM's.
The free app can be downloaded by searching "HVSB Mobile" in the iPhone® or Android™ store. Users would then sign in using their Online Banking Identification or User ID, and the same password they use for Online Banking. Or they may download it at
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Have You Experienced The Difference With Local Mortgage Services? Then Please Refer Us!
If you enjoy the personal service you received at our bank for a mortgage or other services, we would like to sincerely say "thank you" for your business.  The highest compliment for an exemplary experience is to tell your family and friends about
Huron Valley State Bank. To sweeten the appreciation, we will pay you $150 for referring a friend, family, or co-worker who closes on a new Residential home mortgage. Contact Susan Bowen at 248.387.6089. NMLS #165990. 

New customer must mention this promotion and provide current customer's name.  Deposit of incentive will be made within 60 days of new customer closing on mortgage. New customer cannot be an existing customer of the bank.  A 1099-INT may be issued for the value of the incentive.  Referral incentive is limited to 5 per referring account. Offer expires 12/31/17; however, Huron Valley State Bank reserves the right to cancel or modify this program. Offer may not be combined with any other offer. 
Equifax Security Breach
What You Need To Know 
Back in September, Equifax Inc. (NYSE: EFX) announced a cybersecurity incident potentially impacting approximately 143 million U.S. consumers. Criminals exploited a U.S. website application vulnerability to gain access to certain files. Based on the company's investigation, the unauthorized access occurred from mid-May through July 2017.

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Meet Cecilia Tomasi
Customer Service Supervisor - Highland

Cecilia Tomasi started as a part time CSR (Customer Service Representative) at Huron Valley State Bank in August of 2011. She had the very important role of helping customers with their banking transactions at both the Milford and Highland branch. In 2012, she was promoted to a full time position at the Highland branch. Then in April of 2016 she was promoted to CSR Supervisor and now works with a team of 5 CSRs. "I love working at HVSB," said Cecilia. "Even after 6 years, I've never once dreaded going to work in the morning! We have a great team at Huron Valley State Bank, and I am proud to be a part of it." While Cecilia loves coming to work, she also enjoys practicing golf, traveling, and crocheting.
Celebrating Years of Service

Janet Wooster
Customer Service Rep
1 Year of Service
Ronica Fodor
Compliance Officer
12 Years of Service
Stephanie Russell
Loan Support Specialist II
10 Years of Service
Cecilia Tomasi
Customer Service Supervisor
6 Years of Service
Brian Schwab
Senior Vice President
Chief Financial Officer
7 Years of Service
Nellie Corey
Customer Service Rep
12 Years of Service
Susan Bowen
Vice President
Mortgage Lending
4 Years of Service
Kim Winstead
Operations Supervisor
10 Years of Service
Mara Jones
Assistant Vice President
Branch Manager
3 Years of Service
Fun Money Fact
Throughout history, people have used many forms of money, such as soap, cocoa beans, elephant tail hairs, entire elephants, grain, animal skins, fishhooks, feathers, tea tobacco, bird claws, and bear teeth.

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