Peapack-Gladstone Bank Contributes to the Society

Recently Peapack-Gladstone Bank presented a $500.00 contribution to the Chatham Historical Society to support their efforts to promote awareness of the rich history of Chatham Borough.

Presented by Laura Zmijeski, Assistant Vice President, Wealth Management Consultants, a Division of Peapack-Gladstone Bank, to Helen Ann Rosenfeld, President and Amy Crandall, Vice President of the Society, this contribution will support the Society’s public appreciation of Chatham Borough’s character and history.

Ms. Zmijeski, former Treasurer of the Chatham Historical Society, submitted the Society’s nomination as a part of the bank’s recent Employee Donation Contest whereby six charity/non-profit entries submitted by employees were selected to receive monetary gifts.

Founded in 1924, The Chatham Historical Society brings information of historical interest to the community through its programs, publications and other media and recognizes that today’s residents, places and events will become our history. With Peapack-Gladstone Bank’s rich history and strong roots dating back 96 years it also understands the importance of preserving institutional and family legacies for the next generation.

The Society is grateful for the donation and thanks Peapack-Gladstone Bank for their generosity.

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