HAMILTON: Bank holds grand opening

rand Bank has announced the opening of its new full-service branch in the township

   HAMILTON — Grand Bank has announced the opening of its new full-service branch in the township with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Nov. 8.
   The new branch is located at 2265 Highway 33 in Hamilton between George Dye Road and Nottingham Way.
   Mayor Kelly Yaede, Grand Bank President Mark Wolters and Branch Manager Jeff Saperstein were present for the celebration along with other bank personnel, according to a Grand Bank press release.
   In addition to offering business and personal loans and deposit accounts, remote deposit and online banking services, the new Hamilton branch will also feature a night depository.
   The branch is also designed with sit-down teller stations for a relaxed and personalized atmosphere.
   The branch is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays. Net Teller online banking is available 24/7.
   The state-of-the art building replaces the office formerly located at 1905 Highway 33 in Hamilton and is an addition to Grand Bank’s full-service branch at One Edinburg Road in Mercerville and corporate office at 2297 Highway 33 in Hamilton.
   Branch Manager Jeff Saperstein is a previous branch manager with Hopewell Valley Community Bank and The Bank, both in Princeton.
   ”As one of the only two banks headquartered in Hamilton, Grand Bank takes pride in our commitment to the community by offering the best in the banking business,” Mr. Wolters said. “We look forward to welcoming our established customers and many new clients with a smile and a grand tour.”