Gregory Kennedy of Goffstown, NH has joined MutualOne Bank as vice president, retail banking. He brings with him over 16 years of industry experience, most recently with Northway Bank of Berlin, NH where he was vice president/regional market manager.
Kennedy holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from LeMoyne College and a master’s degree from the University of Phoenix Online. He is a member of the Salvation Army Advisory Board in Manchester, NH and teaches financial literacy at many non-profit organizations.
The Board of Directors of MutualOne Bank has elected three employees to new officer positions, according to an announcement today by Mark R. Haranas, president and CEO.
Kimberly Sambuchi of Framingham was elected first vice president and Carmela Canal of Hopkinton was elected vice president. Kimberly Cohen of Natick was elected assistant vice president and assistant controller.
Kimberly Sambuchi, who previously served as vice president of operations, is now responsible for all information management. She joined the Bank in 2002 and has held positions with increasing responsibility in the retail and client service areas.
Sambuchi is a graduate of Framingham High School and holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Boston University and a master’s degree in business administration from Framingham State University. She is also a graduate of the New England School for Financial Studies.
Carmela Canal, who previously served as branch administrator, will oversee operations and data processing. She has been with MutualOne Bank since 1988 and has served in a variety of retail management roles during her career.
Canal, a Framingham South High School graduate, earned a degree in business management at Newbury College. She also graduated from the New England School for Financial Studies.
Kimberly Cohen, who joined the Bank in 2014, will coordinate internal Bank controls and provide support for other departments within the Bank.
A graduate of Natick High School, Cohen has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Assumption College and a master’s degree in business from Framingham State University. She is a Certified Public Accountant with previous experience at Middlesex Savings Bank and Gerald T. Reilly & Co.
Congratulations to our most recent Employees of the Month – Gilana Telles, senior account representative in our Client Services Department, and Sandhya Jayarama, operations specialist in our Operations Department.
Gilana was selected for her professional development, commitment and enthusiasm. Sandhya was recognized for her desire to learn new tasks and accept additional responsibilities when the needs arise.
Gilana Telles (left) and Sandhya Jayarama (right)
Dominique Tock, personal banker at our Concord Street office, and Heather Wilson, loan servicing representative in our lending department are our latest Employees of the Month.
Dominique earned her recognition for her consistent level of professionalism and demonstrated ability to reach out to assist customers. Heather was selected for her willingness to learn new skills and pitch in to help wherever needed.
Dominique Tock (left) and Heather Wilson (right)
Lori Howe, senior service representative at our Lincoln Street office and Donna Cripps, commercial lending assistant in our lending department are our latest Employees of the Month.
Lori was recognized for her ability to make sure customer needs are being met and making referrals to other team members when appropriate. Donna was chosen for her ability to handle multiple tasks – some under short deadlines – and serving as the go-to-person for SBA loan policies and procedures.
Lori Howe (left) and Donna Cripps (right)
Congratulations to our most recent Employees of the Month – Donna Sahely, a member of our Operations team and Nicholas Panu, Senior Personal Banker in our Concord Street Office.
Donna was selected because of her ongoing contributions as we successfully rolled out new software to enhance service to our customers. Nicholas received recognition because his track record of going the extra mile to help customers (with many sending their compliments to his supervisors).
A big shout out to our most recent Employees of the Month, Elizabeth Kuhn, senior personal banker at our Lincoln Street office, and IT Support Specialist Timothy Ellerbe. Liz was chosen because she is a true team member, leads by example, and is a valuable resource for staff questions. Tim was selected for his work installing new systems, building systems for future use, and covering weekend work at our Natick office – all while providing outstanding customer support for the bank’s day-to-day activities.
Congratulations to our most recent Employees of the Month, Christina Garbarino, assistant manager, Concord Street office, and Michael Carey, training coordinator! Christina was selected for working at a fast pace while consistently achieving successful results. Michael is being recognized for his ability to multi-task – training new Personal Bankers, assisting branches when necessary, and still finding time to manage over 10 Bank-sponsored weekend marketing events since April.
Mark R. Haranas, president and CEO of MutualOne Bank, has announced that Mathew Cepero of East Bridgewater has joined the Bank as a business banking specialist.
Cepero will be responsible for service and support of commercial banking relationships throughout the organization. He is a United States Marine Corps veteran and worked most recently as a Corporate Sales Trainer and Licensed Banker at Citizens Bank.
Mark R. Haranas, president and CEO of MutualOne Bank, has announced the promotion of Lynnette A. Maloney of Blackstone to assistant vice president, commercial lending.
Maloney supervises commercial lending support personnel, and is responsible for managing the Bank’s lending documentation. She joined MutualOne Bank in 2012 from Bank of America, where she served as a portfolio monitoring officer.
Maloney holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.