We believe that if we put Community First then life gets better for all of us. For us at WVFSL, local business is the cornerstone of community. We work hard to ensure that local businesses have what they need to make their banking life a little easier. Today we once again want to take some internet space to thank some of the local businesses we have the pleasure of working alongside. We are focusing on businesses around our original branch, Wallkill; Gardiner Animal Hospital & Winters Property Management.
Gardiner Animal Hospital is located at 177 Main Street in nearby Gardiner NY. Caring for the needs of the community is central to the mission of Gardiner Animal Hospital. They vow to treat each pet as if it were their own and work to treat their clients as members of their families. They even have a grief counselor on staff to help clients deal with the loss of a pet! Not only do they work with family pets, their practice extends to local dairy farms and aid animal control when the need arises. With staff on call 24 hours a day / 7 days a week, they work hard to serve our community well!
Thank you, to the entire staff at Gardiner Animal Hospital! It has been a pleasure to take care of the needs of your business over the years. We love seeing you every Monday!
Winters Property Management located in Wallkill, NY, specializes in the management of residential commercial real estate holdings, residential communities and home owner associations. They cater to the specific needs of their clients from complete management of a property to assisting with a single task. Whatever the needs of the client, they are ready to take care of them in an efficient and financially prudent manner. Shawn Winters is also heavily involved in our community, helping make Wallkill a better place for all of us to live & work.
Thank you Shawn Winters and Winters Property Management for all you do for the good of our community!
At Wallkill Valley Federal Savings and Loan, we support our local businesses. Whether it’s through business loans, advice, or just patronizing these businesses, they are as much a part of our community as the people in it. In case you missed our other businesses we love, blogs you can read catch up here: Maybrook & Highland Falls & Milton.