KINGSTON – Ulster Savings Bank is pleased to announce the promotions of two team members: Michael Janasiewicz and Jesse Wyble. Each of the employees has been recognized for their outstanding achievements.
Michael Janasiewicz has been named First Vice President of Bank Operations at the bank’s Kingston headquarters. Mr. Janasiewicz oversees the bank’s loan operations, deposit operations, customer service, and the collections department.
Michael holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from The College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York. He is also a graduate of the Ulster Leadership Development Institute, a leadership skill development program provided by the Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce.
He is an active member, as well as the immediate past president of the Kiwanis Club of Kingston, a local chapter of Kiwanis International, a volunteer organization that is dedicated to helping children in need throughout the greater Kingston area. Mr. Janasiewicz joined Ulster Savings Bank in 2001.
Jesse Wyble, an employee of Ulster Savings Bank since 2019, has been promoted to Branch Manager of the bank’s Lake Katrine location. Mr. Wyble, a Saugerties resident, will manage the operations of his branch and further develop community relations.
He is a graduate of the Certified US Professional Banking Program as well as a graduate of the Ulster Leadership Development Institute. Jesse is a member of Red Hook Responds, a volunteer support program, and a pending board member for Young Ulster Professionals. In addition, he helped raise money for the Ulster Leadership Class of 2022 and collected donations for the bank’s Red Hook branch’s Spring Cleaning = Spring Donations event. This event collected donations for 10 local nonprofit organizations for the months of May and June.
“We’re so pleased to announce the promotions of Mike and Jesse,” said Ulster Savings Bank President and CEO Bill Calderara. “They have demonstrated the values of topmost importance for the bank – a passion for hard work and making their communities a better place to live.”