Thomaston Savings Bank Elects Two New Corporators
Leadership & Team
Thomaston Savings Bank has elected two new Corporators during their 2023 Annual Meeting. The Bank’s Corporators are tasked with promoting the mission, vision and value of Thomaston Savings Bank and its historic mutual charter to the community.
“I am delighted to welcome our new Corporators. I am proud to have dedicated local business leaders advocating for the Bank’s mission and vision.” – Stephen Lewis, President & CEO, Thomaston Savings Bank
James Strub, is an attorney at Secor, Cassidy & McPartland, PC., representing businesses and business owners focusing on various forms of commercial transactions. He also represents businesses and developers before municipal land use agencies, and, in the case of land use appeals before the Superior Court. Attorney Strub has drafted Common Interest Ownership Documents for developers for the creation of Condominiums, Planned Community and Commercial Real Estate Conversions. Jim Strub regularly represents Connecticut Banking Institutions in various types of commercial lending transactions.
James is a member of the American Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association, and the Waterbury Bar Association. He serves on the Board of Directors as well as Secretary for both the Siemon Company and Siemon Realty Company and is a member of the Small Business Council at the Waterbury Chamber of Commerce. Additionally, James serves as Director and Secretary for Pomperaug Woods, Inc. and is a United Methodist Church of Litchfield Trustee.
Steven Shaker, is a partner in the Shaker Auto Group, with eleven franchises and seven locations in Connecticut and Massachusetts. The company started out as a gas station, repairing trucks from the farm market located in the south end of Waterbury and was established by his grandfather over 90 years ago.
Steven is currently Chairman of the Board, for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Waterbury, and sits on the board of the Exchange Club’s Family Life foundation, for the prevention of child abuse. He has been a member of the Exchange Club of Waterbury since 1991.
Additionally, Steven was past president of the Country Club of Waterbury. Steven was a recipient of the 2010 Boys and Girls Club of Greater Waterbury’s Lifetime Achievement Award and received the 2021 Alumni Achievement Award from Salve Regina University, in Newport Rhode Island. Steven is married to Holly, with two sons, Sam and Joseph.