Monson Savings Bank Elects New Corporators
MONSON — Monson Savings Bank recently announced the election of five new corporators who are advisors to the bank, representing the communities the bank serves. They also possess certain governing functions, including the election of the bank’s president.
Monson Savings has 55 corporators, including the five elected at the bank’s annual meeting on March 4: Louis Abbate, president emeritus, Willie Ross School for the Deaf, Longmeadow; Mark Borsari, president, Sanderson MacLeod, Palmer; Joseph Lawler, benefits consultant, the Gaudreau Group, Wilbraham; Roy St. George, vice president, Moulton Insurance Agency Inc., Ware; and Julie Quink, managing principal, Burkhart, Pizzanelli, P.C., West Springfield.
“We’re extremely fortunate to have these folks join our team,” said Steve Lowell, president of Monson Savings Bank. “We rely on our corporators to keep us in touch with the needs of our communities, provide invaluable insight into our operations, and also to help us spread the word of all that we have to offer. Our corporators are leaders in the communities we serve, they are highly engaged with us, and we very much appreciate their involvement.”