COLUMN: BUSINESS PEOPLE
Clinton Savings Bank savings bank, financial institution that, until recently, performed only the following functions: receiving savings deposits of individuals, investing them, and providing a modest return to its depositors in the form of interest. has named Mark E. LaMountain as assistant vice president, mortgage originator. Mr. LaMountain has 25 years of experience in the financial industry, and more than 15 years as a residential mortgage professional. Mr. LaMountain, of Worcester, graduated from Bryant College with a degree in business management.
J.T. Kelley, Timothy O'Leary, Matthew Smith Matthew Smith may refer to:
Mr. Kelley, of Worcester, is senior vice president and team leader of RBT's loan office in Worcester, which opened early in May. Mr. Kelley has 10 years of commercial banking experience, including positions at Commerce Bank and TD Bank. He earned a bachelor's degree in economics from Connecticut College.
Mr. O'Leary, of Lunenburg, has joined the bank as a mortgage originator. He has been in the loan and mortgage industry for nearly 10 years.
Mr. St. George and Mr. Smith will work in the bank's wealth management division.
Mr. Smith, of Paxton, has worked in banking and investment for more than six years, most recently at Merrill Lynch. He has a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Rhode Island History
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Mr. St. George, of Chelmsford, holds life and health insurance licenses in five states. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts The system includes UMass Amherst, UMass Boston, UMass Dartmouth (affiliated with Cape Cod Community College), UMass Lowell, and the UMass Medical School. It also has an online school called UMassOnline. at Lowell.
Diane Cutroni Mohieldin has been named executive chairwoman of the Central Mass Financial Executives Organization, a group of financial leaders in central New England. Ms. Cutroni Mohieldin, a resident of Worcester and a native of Holden, is chief financial officer/vice president of administration of Harr Motor Management.
Ryan Marshall has been named vice president of finance at AllCom Credit Union.
Mr. Marshall has been with AllCom since 2007. Mr. Marshall, a 2008 graduate of Worcester State University, recently earned a master's degree in finance from Boston College.
Adam P. Lohnes has joined UniBank as a commercial loan officer and assistant vice president in the bank's Worcester loan office. Mr. Lohnes, of Shrewsbury, was previously with People's United Bank. Mr. Lohnes received his bachelor's degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Amedeo E. Bilotta has been elected chairman of the board of directors of Leominster Credit Union. Mr. Bilotta is a former chairman of LCU's board. A native of Leominster, Mr. Bilotta lives in Lunenburg and is the owner of Middle Street Garage in Leominster.
Anthony A. Gasbarro was elected vice chairman of the LCU LCU Landing Craft, Utility
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Michael J. Sauvageau was elected treasurer. Mr. Sauvageau is the building commissioner for the towns of Lunenburg and Bolton. He has served on Leominster Credit Union's board of directors since 2007.
Richard A. Sheppard was elected assistant treasurer. Mr. Sheppard taught for many years in the Wachusett Regional School System. He lives in Sterling and served for nine years as a selectman se·lect·man
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Nancy L. Graves was elected clerk. She serves on the credit, compensation and advisory committees. Prior to joining the board in 2004, Ms. Graves was employed by the credit union for 30 years, most recently as manager of the main office until her retirement in 2003. Ms. Graves resides in Leominster.
CUTLINE: (1) Mr. Kelley (2) Mr. O'Leary (3) Mr. St. George (4) Ms. Cutroni Mohieldin (5) Mr. Marshall (6) Mr. Lohnes (7) Mr. LaMountain