We were invited to the Health Fair on April 20th, organized by the Town of Framingham and handed out popcorn. We had plenty of visitors at our booth and even saw some familiar faces.
Frank W. Chamberlain of Holliston, MA has been promoted to vice president at MutualOne Bank according to an announcement by Mark R. Haranas, president and CEO.
In his position, Chamberlain will be responsible for managing the Bank’s commercial credit department including new loan underwriting and portfolio management.
Chamberlain joined MutualOne Bank in 2003 and most recently served as assistant vice president and credit officer. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Babson College, and is currently enrolled in the New England School of Financial Studies.
He serves as chair of the Holliston Community Preservation Committee, is a member of the Holliston Historical Commission, and is a troop committee member for Holliston’s Boy Scout Troop 73.
May is Older Americans Month. We marked the occasion by donating and distributing MutualOne Bank pill organizers to the Callahan Center and Natick Community Senior Center.
Clarice D. Santos of Framingham, MA has been promoted to assistant vice president of client services and electronic banking at MutualOne Bank according to an announcement by Mark R. Haranas, president and CEO.
In her new role, Santos will oversee the Bank’s online banking system to ensure its day-to-day performance. She will also oversee the implementation of new platforms, upgrades, and enhancements.
Santos joined MutualOne Bank in 2008 and most recently served as manager of electronic banking. She is a graduate of Framingham High School and Framingham State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration.
We were happy to be gold sponsors of the Natick Service Council’s 6th Annual Neighbors Helping Neighbors Telethon. Not only were we a sponsor, but our own First Vice President of Retail Banking, Greg Kennedy, and Mo starred in their live broadcast.
George Gilroy of Natick, MA has been promoted to vice president of information technology (IT) at MutualOne Bank according to an announcement by Mark R. Haranas, president and CEO.
In his new position, Gilroy will provide support for new products, ensure system integrity and recommend program changes to more efficiently and effectively support services offered by the Bank.
Gilroy joined MutualOne Bank in 2012 and most recently served as assistant vice president and technology officer. He has previous technology experience as a systems engineer with John Hancock Financial Services, and as a Windows administrator with both MODIS IT and IBM. He is a graduate of the New England School of Financial Studies.
We sponsored Marian High School’s Gala, celebrating their 60 years of education. It was the perfect night to rejoice and reminisce about the impact Marian has made on the community.
On April 6th, we attended United Way of Tri-County’s 85th Annual Recognition Breakfast, where we were honored with one of their 2017 Pearl Street Moves Awards. This award is given to supporters of the MetroWest/495 community, who inspire others and take action to help their neighbors in need.
Our Natick office will be closed for Patriots’ Day on Monday April 17, 2017.
As a sponsor of Family Promise of Metrowest’s 8th Annual Walk to End Homelessness, we set-up a booth where walkers could grab a drink of water and other fun MutualOne gear. Thank you to everyone who braved the cold to support a great cause.