Savings Bank of Walpole announces promotions

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WALPOLE, N.H. — Savings Bank of Walpole announces the promotion of Dominic Perkins from vice president of Retail Administration for the bank to senior vice president of Retail Administration.

Perkins joined SBW in 2005 and has led the bank's retail organization to record growth. He has been responsible for a number of improvements to branch operations and facilities, all aimed at enhancing the customer experience.

"I'm pleased to congratulate Dominic on his promotion to Senior Vice President of Retail Administration," says Mark Bodin, President for Savings Bank of Walpole. "He is a longtime employee of SBW and we greatly value the input and contributions he has made throughout his career at the Bank and we know he will excel in his new position."

The bank also announced the promotions of Kendra Carter and Danielle Ruffo to officer positions.

A longtime employee of the bank, Carter previously served as the bank's retail operations coordinator and has been promoted to retail operations officer. In her new position, she will have increased involvement with the bank's customer service training programs and will play a key role with all aspects of branch operations and enhancing the customer experience.

Ruffo, another longtime employee, was promoted to Ccmmunity engagement officer. Ruffo was previously community engagement coordinator and assistant to the president and quickly elevated the position both internally and externally, becoming a well-known representative of SBW in the community. In her new role, she will continue to spearhead the bank's community volunteer and donation/sponsorships involvement as well as help oversee the implementation of SBW's marketing and social media programs.

"Both Kendra and Danielle have made such terrific contributions in terms of their work at the Bank and in the community," says Mark Bodin, President for Savings Bank of Walpole. "They are both recent Monadnock Region Trendsetters for good reason. They will play key roles in the Bank's future."

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