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Meredith Village Savings Bank honors employees

  •  Sharon Hamelin (left) was honored for 30 years of service to Meredith Village Savings Bank, and Jill White (center) and Cynthia Oxton were each honored for their 25 years of service.

    Sharon Hamelin (left) was honored for 30 years of service to Meredith Village Savings Bank, and Jill White (center) and Cynthia Oxton were each honored for their 25 years of service.

  •  Sharon Hamelin (left) was honored for 30 years of service to Meredith Village Savings Bank, and Jill White (center) and Cynthia Oxton were each honored for their 25 years of service.

    Sharon Hamelin (left) was honored for 30 years of service to Meredith Village Savings Bank, and Jill White (center) and Cynthia Oxton were each honored for their 25 years of service.

  •  Sharon Hamelin (left) was honored for 30 years of service to Meredith Village Savings Bank, and Jill White (center) and Cynthia Oxton were each honored for their 25 years of service.
  •  Sharon Hamelin (left) was honored for 30 years of service to Meredith Village Savings Bank, and Jill White (center) and Cynthia Oxton were each honored for their 25 years of service.

Meredith Village Savings Bank held its 25th annual Employee Recognition Dinner on March 4 at Church Landing at Mill Falls in Meredith.

The following employees were recognized for their milestone years of service: five years – Kasey Borski, Nathaniel Connolly, Michael Nolan, Sharon Shetler, Brandi Smith and Tamara VanLenten; 10 years – Amy Andrews, Cindy Balint, Tracey Clarenbach, Nancy Cunningham, Melissa French, Cami LaPierre and Joanne Pearce; 15 years – Patricia Colby and Donna Ryan; 20 years – Kris Faulkingham and Debbie Flanders; 25 years – Cynthia Oxton and Jill White; and 30 years – Sharon Hamelin.

Additionally, three bank employees received special recognition for their educational achievements: Joanne Pearce, Stonier Graduate School of Banking; Cheryl Carter, Leadership Lakes Region and Northern New England School of Banking; and Katrina Randlett, Northern New England School of Banking.

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