Business notes for May 30, 2021

Published: 6/1/2021 2:39:51 PM

Franklin Savings Bank recently recognized 12 employees for achieving service milestones at its employee recognition night. Collectively, these individuals have amassed 125 years of service with the bank! With five years: Andrea Bailey, personal banker; Dawn Beers, VP and marketing officer; Luca D’Italia, VP and financial advisor with IFA; Rachel Marland, BSA and fraud analyst; and Nicole Rea, branch manager. With 10 years: Julie Buker, VP, retail banking operations officer; and Terri Wentworth, personal banker. With 15 years: Lois Wisler, loan processing specialist; Tracey Engler, personal banker; Katie Hoyt, customer contact center representative; and Renee Sylvester, accounting specialist. with 20 years: Tamey Vasco, personal banker.

St. Mary’s Bank, the nation’s first credit union, has been named a top 10 lender by New Hampshire Housing for the 11th consecutive year for its outstanding efforts to assist New Hampshire homebuyers. The Mortgage Center at St. Mary’s Bank participates in New Hampshire Housing’s Home Flex and Preferred Programs.

JSA Design is a member of the design and construction team receiving a 2021 Preservation Achievement Award from the NH Preservation Alliance for work on Carey Cottage at Creek Farm, a historic property in Portsmouth. Carey Cottage was one of seven rescue, revitalization and rehabilitation projects spotlighted by the Preservation Alliance during its May 12 awards announcement.

Merrimack County Savings Bank has purchased $25,000 in tax credits through the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority in support of the Mill City Park project in Franklin, is scheduled to open this summer. Funds support the organization’s goal of developing both land and water components into a whitewater park along the Winnipesaukee River adjacent to downtown Franklin, the first of its kind in New England.

Bangor Savings Bank has established Bangor Wealth Management of New Hampshire LLC and opened its first office at 82 N. Main St., in Concord. Following new Bangor Savings Bank branch openings in Concord and Manchester, Bangor Wealth Management of New Hampshire’s wealth management services are another demonstration of the commitment Maine’s largest bank has to the Granite State.


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