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American Savings Bank unveils Ewa branch

ASB February 20, 2015 | 5 min read News Releases

HONOLULU — American Savings Bank (ASB) unveiled its new Ewa Branch on February 20 at the Laulani Village Shopping Center. The public was invited to the blessing. The ceremony caps eight months of construction.

For more than 36 years, ASB has been serving the Ewa community with full range services including checking and savings accounts, loans, investment and residential mortgage products. The new larger branch includes safe deposit boxes, a drive-through teller and an ATM machine.

Attendees for the blessing ceremony included, Margaret Pettyjohn, ASB, executive vice president for retail banking and Dani Aiu, ASB, director of branch banking. Child and Family Service leadership, as well as other leaders in business, politics and the Ewa community participated.

“This year marks 90 years that ASB has been serving the residents and businesses of Hawaii. We are encouraged to see the continued growth and opportunity in Ewa and this new branch represents our continued commitment to the Ewa community,” said Richard Wacker, President and Chief Executive Officer, ASB.

As part of the ceremony, ASB presented a $3,000 gift to Child and Family Service.

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About American Savings Bank

Since 1925, ASB has served Hawaii’s businesses and communities by providing a full range of financial products and services including business and consumer banking, home loans, insurance, and investments. ASB is one of Hawaii’s leading financial institutions, with online and mobile banking services and branch locations statewide offering evening, weekend and holiday hours. For five consecutive years, ASB has been named one of Hawaii Business Magazine’s “Best Places to Work.” For more than 90 years, ASB has been helping build strong communities. Through the Seeds of Service program, ASB team members have contributed more than 16,000 hours of volunteer service, and the bank has given millions of dollars to Hawaii schools, non-profits and community organizations.

About Child and Family Service

Child & Family Service (CFS) helps families address serious life issues, with life-changing results. CFS programs serve keiki to kupuna statewide and touch over 40,000 lives each year.