Community Savings Bank is announcing a leadership transition.
The bank’s Board of Directors has appointed Lucas Brady as President effective September 1st.
Lucas succeeds his father, Steven Brady, and will oversee the day-to-day operations of the organization, which has locations in ten Iowa communities.
Lucas is a graduate of the University of Northern Iowa with a degree in Finance, Iowa School of Banking and the Graduate School of Banking in Boulder, CO. He has been heavily involved in the community, currently serving as Delaware County Economic Development Treasurer, Edgewood Chamber of Commerce Board Member, and Community Bankers of Iowa Board Member.
Steven will continue as CEO and Chairman, focusing on the vision and strategic direction of the organization. He started his banking career at CSB in 1974 as a bank teller and has held the roles of President and CEO since purchasing the bank in 1985.
Community Savings Bank has assets of over $500 million, with locations in Manchester, Edgewood, Dyersville, Earlville, Garnavillo, Guttenberg, Coggon, Marion, Robins and Cedar Rapids.
photo courtesy of Community Savings Bank