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Member News – Atlantic Stewardship Bank
September 8th, 2016

Paul Van Ostenbridge, President and Chief Executive Officer of Atlantic Stewardship Bank, recently announced the promotion of Lindsey Terpstra to Assistant Secretary/Branch Operations Manager and Kayde Shabrack to Assistant Secretary/Supervisor of their Operations Department.

Ms. Terpstra started with ASB in May of 2006 and worked as a Teller up to her new position as an Assistant Secretary/Supervisor. Ms. Tepstra is a Pace University graduate and holds a Bachelor of Science in Communications degree. Ms. Terpstra resides in Midland Park, N.J.

Ms. Shabrack started her ASB career as a Part Time Teller in September of 2005, and by 2010, she progressed into the bank’s Deposit Operations Department. Ms. Shabrack graduated from Montclair University with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Ms. Shabrack resides in Hawthorne, N.J. and is an active member of the Living Word Church and serves as the Youth Leader.

About Atlantic Stewardship Bank
Established in 1985, ASB is a full-service community bank serving both individuals and businesses. ASB maintains banking locations in Hawthorne, Midland Park, Montville, North Haledon, Pequannock, Ridgewood, Waldwick, Westwood and Wyckoff, New Jersey, as well as two offices in Wayne. ASB is pleased to tithe or share 10 percent of its taxable income with Christian and local nonprofit organizations. To date, ASB’s tithing donations total $8.8 million. The bank is a subsidiary of Stewardship Financial Corporation, trading on the Nasdaq Capital Market under the symbol SSFN. The bank’s website is

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