Flynn joins MutualOne Bank as VP, Commercial Lending

David_FlynnDavid Flynn of Framingham has joined MutualOne Bank as vice president, commercial lending. He brings with him over 25 years of industry experience, most recently with Dedham Savings, where he was a vice president and commercial lender.

Flynn graduated from Terenure College in Dublin, Ireland. He is a member of the Cancer Care Givers Association, board member of the Irish Pastoral Association, and a former ambassador for the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce.

 

 

 

Ryan joins MutualOne Bank as VP, Commercial Lending

Jeffery_RyanJeffery D. Ryan of Westwood has joined MutualOne Bank as vice president, commercial lending. He brings with him 10 years of industry experience, most recently with South Shore Bank, where he was a vice president and commercial lender.

Ryan holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame and a master’s degree from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management.

 

 

 

 

William H. Mayer, Esq. elected Director

William_MayerRobert P. Lamprey, chairman of the Board of Directors of MutualOne Bank, has announced the election of William H. Mayer, Esq. of Holliston as a director.

Mayer is a partner in the Framingham law firm of Mayer, Antonellis, Jachowicz & Haranas, LLP specializing in family law. He has been engaged in the practice of law since 1977 and has concentrated in the area of family law since 1984. He is also the current Town Counsel for the Town of Holliston.

A graduate of Framingham South High School, Mayer is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, and received a juris doctor degree from Suffolk University. He is a current member of the Massachusetts Judicial Nomination Commission; and former member of the Holliston Board of Selectmen and Holliston School Committee.

MutualOne Foundation helps bring Natick’s history to life

Mark R. Haranas, president and CEO of MutualOne Bank and a MutualOne Charitable Foundation trustee, announced today that the Foundation has awarded $1,750 to support the Natick Historical Society’s Educational Outreach Project. The donation will be used to enhance and improve the organization’s materials in a variety of media, including a new exhibit, printed rack cards, a printed banner, and an updated website.

“We are happy to help the Historical Society expand its outreach,” said Haranas. “The town has a rich history that deserves to be shared with not only today’s residents, but future generations as well.”

Celebrating the MutualOne Charitable Foundation’s award of $1,750 to the Natick Historical Society are (l-r): Ben Federlin, Natick Historical Society curator; Kady D’Addario, Natick Historical Society curatorial intern; Natick Historical Society Executive Director Jane Hennedy; Anna Meyer, Natick Historical Society curatorial intern; MutualOne Bank Natick Branch Manager Marie Harrington; Rick Subber, Natick Historical Society board member; Rachel Stewart, administrative director, MutualOne Charitable Foundation; and Jared Walske, Natick Historical Society archival intern.

Celebrating the MutualOne Charitable Foundation’s award of $1,750 to the Natick Historical Society are (l-r): Ben Federlin, Natick Historical Society curator; Kady D’Addario, Natick Historical Society curatorial intern; Natick Historical Society Executive Director Jane Hennedy; Anna Meyer, Natick Historical Society curatorial intern; MutualOne Bank Natick Branch Manager Marie Harrington; Rick Subber, Natick Historical Society board member; Rachel Stewart, administrative director, MutualOne Charitable Foundation; and Jared Walske, Natick Historical Society archival intern.

MutualOne Foundation awards $1,000 to support 4th annual ‘Walk to Break the Silence’

PrintMark R. Haranas, president and CEO of MutualOne Bank and a MutualOne Charitable Foundation trustee, announced today that the Foundation has awarded a $1,000 grant in support of the 4th annual “Walk to Break the Silence” scheduled on the common in Downtown Framingham in October.

The walk-a-thon event, which will be sponsored in part by MutualOne Bank, will raise funds for Voices Against Violence, an organization providing free and confidential information, referrals, counseling, advocacy, support services and shelter to survivors/victims of sexual and domestic violence in the MetroWest area.

The pre-Walk rally will include special guests U.S. Representative Katherine Clark and Honorary Chair Gerry Leone, former Massachusetts attorney general. Walk participants will include community residents, former Voices Against Violence clients, students from Framingham State University and Framingham High School, members of the Framingham Police Department, and local and state officials.

MutualOne Foundation grants over $9,000 to SPARK Kindness

Robert P. Lamprey, chairman of the MutualOne Charitable Foundation, has announced a grant in the amount of $9,125 to SPARK Kindness, a Natick-based nonprofit devoted to creating and supporting a community culture that empowers youth and promotes kindness and respect.

With its award, MutualOne will be the premier corporate sponsor for the third season of the organization’s “Resilient Parent, Resilient Child” speaker series hosted at Natick High School and open to the entire MetroWest community.

The Foundation award will help build upon and strengthen the program by the addition of outstanding speakers and experts from beyond the local community. Planned topics include Internet safety/digital citizenship, mental wellness, inclusive education, bullying prevention, and substance abuse prevention.

“SPARK Kindness is helping to strengthen our community by directly addressing the concerns of local families and their children,” said Lamprey. “This type of programming is invaluable, and MutualOne is pleased to help make it even more impactful going forward.”

Rachel Stewart (center), administrative director, MutualOne Charitable Foundation, celebrating the Foundation’s grant to SPARK Kindness along with children from the program.

Rachel Stewart (center), administrative director, MutualOne Charitable Foundation, celebrating the Foundation’s grant to SPARK Kindness along with children from the program.

Taking part in the Charitable Foundation’s ceremonial check presentation to SPARK Kindness are (l to r): SPARK Kindness program parents Anna Zawadzka and Michele Moratta; SPARK Kindness Board Member & Clerk, Becky Moss; Rachel Stewart, administrative director, MutualOne Charitable Foundation; SPARK Kindness Board Member, Holly McKean; Christine Fortune Guthery, president and board member, SPARK Kindness; Lori Davis, director and board Member, SPARK Kindness; Karen Fossett, vice president and board member, SPARK Kindness.

Taking part in the Charitable Foundation’s ceremonial check presentation to SPARK Kindness are (l to r): SPARK Kindness program parents Anna Zawadzka and Michele Moratta; SPARK Kindness Board Member & Clerk, Becky Moss; Rachel Stewart, administrative director, MutualOne Charitable Foundation; SPARK Kindness Board Member, Holly McKean; Christine Fortune Guthery, president and board member, SPARK Kindness; Lori Davis, director and board Member, SPARK Kindness; Karen Fossett, vice president and board member, SPARK Kindness.

Rachel Stewart (left), administrative director of the Charitable Foundation, delivering the ceremonial check to Christine Fortune Guthery, president and board member, SPARK Kindness.

Rachel Stewart (left), administrative director of the Charitable Foundation, delivering the ceremonial check to Christine Fortune Guthery, president and board member, SPARK Kindness.

Framingham Girl Scouts’ Fundraiser

If you passed by our Concord Street office recently you may have noticed our parking lot buzzing with all kinds of activity – as we served as host for the Framingham Girls Scouts’ latest fundraiser. We were happy to see a steady stream of visitors stop by for a quick car wash and tasty treat in support of the Scouts. Congratulations on a great event, girls!

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Annual Employee Awards Night

It is one of our favorite events of the year – the night when we recognize and thank our employees for all of their hard work and dedication at our annual Employee Awards.

Executive Vice President, Steven M. Sousa, presented the awards during the April 29 ceremony, where we acknowledged our new employees and along our service award honorees, each of who celebrated an anniversary of a five-year increment with the Bank.

MutualOne Bank's Employee Award Night

Celebratory Smile: (left to right): Julia Arroyo; Donna Sahely; Neveen Bakhet; Christina Garbarino; Marie Harrington; Diane Evans, President & CEO, Mark Haranas; Rachel Stewart; Yasmine Ouweijan; Steven M. Sousa.

Congratulations to all of this year’s recipients.

Service Awards:
Peter J. Hall- 5 years
Christina M. Garbarino- 10 years
Steven M. Sousa- 10 years
Rachel A. Stewart- 15 years
Yasmine S. Ouweijan- 15 years
Neveen S. Bakhet- 15 years
Carmen M. Martin- 15 years
Julia Arroyo- 15 years
Donna M. Sahely- 20 years
Marie Harrington- 25 years
Dianne B. Evans- 45 years

New Employees:
David Burr – Credit Analyst
Joanne Pizzigno – Assistant Vice President, Loan Servicing
Dominique Tock – Personal Banker
Amy Stapinski – Personal Banker
Gilana Telles -Personal Banker
Jordan Concannon – Service Representative
Timothy Ellerbe – IT Specialist
Andrew Zelman – Senior Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer
Raymond Bradford – Personal Banker
Andrew Wilson – Credit Analyst
Yves Munyankindi – Personal Banker
Sarah Binney – Personal Banker
Mathew Cepero – Business Banking Specialist

MutualOne Foundation grant supports initiatives to enhance Natick Center

NCCDSteven M. Sousa, executive vice president and chief operating officer of MutualOne Bank and a Foundation trustee, announced that the Foundation has awarded $9,971 to Natick Center Associates to promote the Natick Center Cultural District.

The Foundation award will support a comprehensive marketing program by Natick Center Associates to launch the new Natick Center Cultural District (NCCD) logo and brand identity designed to enhance the cultural, economic, and social vibrancy of the downtown area.

“Blending the allure of a traditional New England town center and the vitality of today’s art, culture and business environment is a definite investment in the Town’s future,” said Sousa. “We’re pleased to have a role in the revitalization process.”

Walking Away Homelessness

The sun was shining on the Natick Common as we laced up our sneakers in support of Family Promise Metrowest’s ‘Walk Away Homelessness’ on Sunday, April 11. Before the start of the 3.1-mile walk, our employees greeted many of the participants and had fun handing out giveaways to visitors of our booth.

The over $95,000 raised during the event will help fund the organization’s housing transitional program. Thank you to all of our employees, friends and neighbors who made the event such a success.

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