Sussex Bank announces appointments


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  • Christine Keaveney




  • Neil Schreyer




  • Steven Fusco




Sussex Bancorp recently announced the promotions of Neil Schreyer and Steven Fusco, along with the hiring of Christine Keaveny to high-ranking positions in the company.

Fusco was promoted to the position of senior executive vice president of the bank. He was previously an executive vice president and will continue to serve as the chief financial officer of both the bank and the company.

Fusco lives in Upper Saddle River and has more than 27 years of fiancial experience. Before joining Sussex Bank, he held senior level positions at Investor’s Bank, Mariner’s Bank, Interchange Bank and Summit Bank. He also is a certified management accountant and a certified financial manager.

Schreyer was promoted to executive vice president from senior vice president

Schreyer lives in Wantage with his wife, Deborah, and their children, Tim and Ashley, joined the bank in July as a loan workout and in June 2010 was promoted to senior vice president and chief credit officer. H ehas helped the bank achieve its top two goals of reducing non-performing assets and building is business. Schreyer has more than 30 years of banking experience.

Keaveney was appointed to the position to assistant vice president and senior mortgage underwriter of the Retail Lending Department.

Before joining Sussex Bank, Keaveney was an Assistant secretary/assistant to the chief lending officer with Lincoln Park Savings Bank. Keaveney has more than 25 years of banking experience .

She lives in Pompton Plains with her husband and thee sons.




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