Cortland Bank Opens Hudson Office

HUDSON, Ohio – With the opening of a new office in Hudson, Cortland Bank now has 14 locations, the bank announced this morning. The Hudson financial office operates as a “private bank office,” offering commercial and mortgage lending, as well as wealth management services.

The branch, 75 S. Main St., is Cortland Bank’s first full-service office in Summit County.

“Customers can expect a more intimate banking experience,” said Cortland Banks President and CEO Jim Gasior in a release. “By sitting down one-on-one with each client, we will work to build a lasting relationship to meet their individual banking and financial needs.”

The office leadership at the new branch all have ties to the Hudson community, Cortland Bank noted in its release. Nate Marshall, private bank officer for Greater Cleveland, also serves as chairman of the Hudson Chamber of Commerce, and Mike Brainard, commercial banking officer, is a lifelong resident of the city and a member of the local chamber and Kiwanis.

“Our team is deeply rooted in the Hudson area. They are connected to this community,” said Danielle Cantrell, vice president of retail and business banking, who is a graduate of Hudson High School. “As a community bank, we have the ability to offer a unique brand of first class service and that is going to serve the Hudson area very well.”

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