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Banking Veteran Joins Sturdy’s Team

Elizabeth K. Hulitt

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Sturdy Savings Bank announced Feb. 7 that Elizabeth K. Hulitt joined the Sturdy Savings Commercial Lending Team, as vice president and commercial lending officer.
As a commercial lending officer, Hulitt will cultivate relationships with customers, accountants, attorneys and real estate professionals, while addressing business needs and supporting community causes throughout Cape May County.
Hulitt brings 25 years of banking experience to her position, having launched her banking career in high school. She has since served the banking industry in various capacities, including as an analyst for a bank credit department; as a credit administration manager; as a line lender in the Cape May County market for six years; and most recently, as a senior loan officer for the First National Bank of Elmer.
“I am excited to join the Sturdy Savings Bank team and an environment with such a strong dedication and commitment to personalized service. I look forward to the opportunity to enhance customers’ banking experiences, engage the community and build on the Sturdy Savings Bank legacy in Cape May County,” said Hulitt.
“We are excited to have Elizabeth join the Sturdy Savings Bank Commercial Lending Team. We know her contributions will be phenomenal, and we look forward to the positive impact she will have on our customers and our bank,” said Gerald L. Reeves, president and chief executive officer, Sturdy Savings Bank.
To contact Hulitt, call (609) 463-5240 or email
For more information about Sturdy Savings Bank, visit or call (609) 463-5220. Sturdy Savings Bank, Member FDIC, is an equal housing lender, NMLS #410428.

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