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Joanne Pereira has been promoted to branch manager of Hampshire First Bank’s Nashua office. She is responsible for day-to-day operations of the branch including customer service, small-business lending and deposit activity as well as market growth. ... Subscribe or log in to read more
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Joanne Pereira has been promoted to branch manager of Hampshire First Bank’s Nashua office. She is responsible for day-to-day operations of the branch including customer service, small-business lending and deposit activity as well as market growth.
Pereira, who has more than 24 years of banking experience, joined Hampshire First Bank in August 2012 as assistant branch manager of the bank’s Manchester office. Before that, she held customer service and management positions at Sovereign Bank in Merrimack, and East Cambridge Savings Bank in Cambridge, Mass.
Pereira is a graduate of the Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School in Cambridge, Mass., and serves on the finance committee at the First Baptist Church in Plaistow.
BEDFORD – Loan officer David Wilmot has joined the Mortgage Network Inc. team in Bedford at 116 S. River Road, Unit 2-D.
Wilmot comes to Mortgage Network Inc. from Anctil Irrigation in Nashua, where he was co-owner and general manager since 1988. He is a formerly licensed real estate broker for Keller Williams, Bedford, and previous to that, Brinn Realty, Nashua.
Wilmot, a resident of Nashua since 1969, brings expertise to the team in the area of financing and construction. He has personally bought and rehabbed four investment properties.
Chamber of Commerce
HUDSON – The Greater Hudson Chamber of Commerce recently held its annual election.
The following business members were re-elected to the 2013 board of directors: Marco Laferriere, of St. Mary’s Bank, Fred Ramos, of Showtime Computers, Scott Szela, of Chiropractic Works, William Warnke, of William Warnke CPA, and Ibo Yilmaz, of Matibo’s Salon.
Continuing to serve on the 2013 GHCC Board are: Tim Malley, of TJ Malley Electric, Steve Forkey, of Web Action Group, Steve Flaherty, of Sam’s Club, Ryan Fragala, of Financial Insurance Service, Police Chief Jason Lavoie, of the Hudson Police Department, Jerry Mayotte, of Red Brick Clothing, Mike Falzone, of Area News Group, Alvin Oasan, of Enterprise Bank, and Deborah Clement, of RE/MAX Properties.
At the January GHCC board of directors’ meeting, the directors met to elect its officers for 2013.
Those officers are as follows: Laferriere was selected as president; Malley was selected as executive vice president; Oasan will serve as first vice president; Warnke was elected as treasurer; and Fragala was elected to serve as secretary.
Michael Fox has joined Enterprise Bank as senior vice president of commercial lending. In his new position, he will be responsible for commercial lending and business banking activities in Greater Nashua.
A resident of Derry, and graduate of Saint Anselm College, Fox brings many years of banking experience in the Nashua area to his new position. He most recently was employed at TD Bank in Nashua as a senior vice president/commercial lender.
Fox has been actively involved in a wide variety of civic and community organizations over the years including the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce, Pinkerton Academy and the Hunt Community in Nashua. He will be based at Enterprise Bank’s Hudson office.
Brenda McDougald has joined Enterprise Bank as assistant vice president/regional business adviser. A graduate of West Chester University, McDougald has been in banking for the past 28 years, having most recently worked at Pentucket Bank as an AVP/mortgage loan officer. McDougald will be responsible for business development efforts in southern New Hampshire.
A resident of Nashua, she is currently a member of the Derry Rotary Club and the Salem Chamber of Commerce. She has served on the Derry Boys and Girls Club annual Auction Committee for the past several years.