Claremont Savings Bank announces new Board Trustees

CLAREMONT, N.H. – Claremont Savings Bank is pleased to announce that Tammy Bergeron, owner of real estate agency Houses to Homes, and Bryan Huot, vice president of LaValley Building Supply and general manager of Preferred Building Systems, have been elected as Trustees of the bank at the 113th annual meeting held April 2, 2019.

“We are delighted to welcome Tammy and Bryan to our Board of Trustees,” said Reggie Greene, Claremont Savings Bank president and CEO. “Both Tammy and Bryan are assets to the Greater Sullivan County community and have shown great support to Claremont Savings Bank over the years. With their experience, talent, and business acumen, they will be important new resources to our Board and management team in carrying out our mission representing the best interests of our customers and communities,” continued Greene. “We look forward to their participation.”

In addition, the bank welcomed three new corporators. Derek Ferland, Sullivan County Manager; Christian Gomes, owner and general manager of Ford of Claremont; and Arion Thiboumery, co-owner and general manager of Vermont Packinghouse in Springfield, Vt.

“All the new appointees agree with the philosophy of offering exceptional service and trusted advice from bankers who understand and prioritize the needs of the community,” said Greene.

Founded in 1907 in Claremont, N.H., Claremont Savings Bank is a full-service financial partner offering a variety of retail deposit products, specialized lending solutions, and convenience services designed for both personal and business banking customers through its branches located in Claremont and Charlestown, N.H., and Springfield, Vt. A loan production office is located in West Lebanon, N.H. The bank also offers access to investment and insurance services provided through Claremont Financial Services, a division of Claremont Savings Bank.

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