Sussex Bank Names Schreyer as Exec Vice President

Sussex Bank announced the promotion of Neill Schreyer from Senior Vice President to Executive Vice President. Schreyer joined the Bank in July of 2009 as a Loan Workout Officer. After 11 months, he was promoted Senior Vice President and Chief Credit Officer.

Anthony Labozzetta, President and Chief Executive Officer of Sussex Bank, said Schreyer Schreyer-Neill_Sussex-Bankhas been instrumental in helping the bank reach is top two goals: first is reducing non-performing assets, and second is building its business. Schreyer has over 30 years of banking experience in branch banking and lending, including credit risk management, commercial/real estate underwriting, and credit administration.

Before joining the Bank, Schreyer was division head for The Bank of New York’s Small and Middle Loan Workout Division. More recently, he served Noble Community Bank as Chief Loan Officer. The new Executive Vice President earned his bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University and a master’s degree in business administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Schreyer resides in Wantage with his wife, Deborah, and their two children, Tim and Ashley.

About Sussex Bank
Founded in 1975, Sussex Bancorp is the holding company of Sussex Bank and is based in Franklin, New Jersey. Sussex Bank is a diversified financial services corporation which provides commercial banking and related financial services to individual, business, and government customers. It operates through 10 banking offices, including 8 offices located in Sussex County, New Jersey; and 2 in Orange County, New York, as well as a loan production and insurance agency satellite office in Rochelle Park, New Jersey. To learn more, visit the Bank’s website at

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