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Press Release

November 16, 2017

Capital Bank Contact:
David J. Hanrahan

Capital Bank of New Jersey Appoints James R. Haefele, CPA as Director

Vineland, NJ (11/16/2017) – Capital Bank of New Jersey, the South Jersey community bank owned by hundreds of local stockholders, announced today the appointment of James R. Haefele, CPA to its Board of Directors.

Haefele is a partner at Haefele Flanagan, a public accounting and consulting firm in Maple Shade, New Jersey. In addition to being a Certified Public Accountant, he is Accredited in Business Valuation and is a Master Analyst in Financial Forensics. When not serving the wide professional needs of his clients, Haefele is active in the community. He coaches youth sports and serves as Treasurer for the Legacy Foundation, which supports Legacy Treatment Services in Hainesport, New Jersey.

Capital Bank Chairman of the Board Dominic J. Romano commented, “The Board welcomes Jim as a Director. We know that his business and financial acumen will benefit Capital Bank. We are also confident that with his extensive South Jersey connections he will be able to assist us with our business development efforts throughout our market.”

Haefele remarked, “I’ve known the commercial lending team at Capital Bank for quite some time. It’s a high-quality organization that I’m proud to be associated with. And its recent opening of a Loan Production Office in Marlton is a demonstration of the bank’s commitment to be an active lender to businesses in Camden and Burlington counties.”

Capital Bank is a nearly-$500 million community bank which opened for business in 2007. It has five locations - two in Vineland, one in Woodbury Heights, one in Hammonton, and its newly-opened Marlton Loan Production Office. In 2017 Capital Bank was, for the third consecutive year, named as one of American Banker’s Top 200 Community Banks in the United States. For more information about Capital Bank, please visit www.capitalbanknj.com.

Haefele Flanagan, founded in 1967, is a full service consulting, accounting, auditing, and tax service firm. In addition to being a member of the AICPA, the NJSCPA and PICPA, the firm is an independent member of the PCAOB and CPA Associates International Inc. – a consortium of 130 select independent CPA firms with members in major cities in the United States as well as international associates in 60 countries around the world. For more information, visit www.hfco.com.

James R. Haefele, CPA


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