Mortgage Agent, Everence Journey Award



New mortgage rental for CSB in the Shreve area

Tyler Bishko joined the Commercial & Savings Bank as a mortgage maker in the greater Shreve area.

“Tyler takes pride in his ability to help others improve their financial situation,” said Eddie Steiner, president of Commercial & Savings Bank. “He is an active member of the community and we are delighted that he is joining the CSB team.

Bishko has been working as a banker since 2004 and he joined CSB earlier this year. He is an assistant boys basketball coach at Triway High School and is vice-chair of the Triway Local Schools Board of Education.

He is actively involved in Triway’s youth athletic programs and has coached youth in baseball, basketball and soccer.

Bishko resides in Wooster with his wife, Jennie, and sons, Derek and Drew.

His office is located at 333 W. South St., Shreve, and he can be reached at 330-789-7004 or [email protected].

Bill and Edna Ressler

Everence honors Resslers with the Journey Award

Bill and Edna Ressler of Dalton received a Journey Award from the offices of Everence Financial in northeast Ohio. The award recognizes the Resslers for their generosity in sharing their resources.

Established in 2001, the Journey Award is a way for Everence to recognize what people of faith do as stewards of their God-given gifts.

“Everence is happy to honor Bill and Edna for the way they have consistently shared their time and financial resources to improve the lives of so many others,” said Bruce Breckbill, Managing Director of Everence in the North East from Ohio.

The Resslers were the original directors of MCC Connections, the Mennonite Central Committee thrift store in Kidron, and continue to volunteer. They held a Bible quiz tournament at Central Christian School, and Edna oversaw the school’s business office for many years. The Resslers are known for their leadership at Pleasant View Mennonite Church, North Lawrence, where Bill served as Treasurer for many years and Edna served as Everence’s Stewardship Counsel.

“Bill and Edna have been a wonderful example to others in demonstrating Christian stewardship of their money, time and talents,” said Breckbill. “They are very worthy recipients of this recognition. “

Everence has a location in Kidron.

Koglman named OneCause Fundraiser of the Year

INDIANAPOLIS – OneCause, a leader in online and event fundraising, recognized innovation and excellence in fundraising during its annual Raise Awards at the Raise 2021 conference.

Katie Koglman, CEO of United Way of Wayne and Holmes Counties, was named one of three fundraisers of the year.

She received the award because she brought new energy to an organization that had not met its fundraising goal for over 10 years, she leads with unmatched drive and passion in this field. She has led the organization to achieve its fundraising goals each year as CEO.

“I am very happy to be named 2021 Fundraiser of the Year,” said Koglman. “In a year where the common theme was Complain and Cancel, we embarked on a journey of conquest and victory. Our community depended on us to do just that. Thank you RAISE for this incredible honor.

The other two winners were: William Miller, CEO of Kean University FoundationUnion, New Jersey, and Nathan Smith, vice president of philanthropy for RAIN Inc., Charlotte, North Carolina.



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