In this edition of ‘Voices’, get to know Sandy Losemann, one of Eastern Savings Bank’s recently hired Associates!
What do you love about our community and why?
I love the beauty of our area. My husband and I have a Harley Davidson ‘Street Glide Special’ and we enjoy riding throughout northern Baltimore, Harford and Carroll counties and up into southern PA. The scenic vistas are so relaxing and renew the soul.
What challenges does our community face?
My personal concern for our community is maintaining the rural charm of the surrounding areas outside of our commercial and more densely developed residential areas. I am a supporter of balancing the economic benefits of development vs. preserving the green spaces and controlling the environmental consequences of over-development.
Why are you proud to work at Eastern Savings Bank? What makes it different from other places to work or other financial institutions?
I love the community-based aspect of Eastern Savings Bank. We give back to our neighborhoods to support the financial and charitable involvement in those communities. It is very gratifying to know that Eastern Savings Bank is actively involved in making our neighborhoods better places in which to live and work. I like the smaller size and the connections that folks have with one another and their customers, both internal and external.
Are there any non-profits that you serve or volunteer with?
Most of my non-profit/volunteer involvement has been through singing. I have been a chorister with Baltimore Choral Arts Society for the last 20 years. I have also sung with church choirs throughout the years. Music and singing have been a huge part of my life for as long as I can remember. I serve as the Assistant Editor for the Newsletter of the Baltimore Metro Harley Davidson Group Chapter and am a Trustee on the Board for Historic Jessops Church in Sparks, MD. I have volunteered for First Fruits in northern Baltimore County for the last 2 years. I am grateful to work for Eastern Savings Bank, as their commitment to our greater Baltimore area through volunteer activities and generous financial gifts make me proud to be a part of such a caring company.