On the Job
GREENFIELD — Greenfield Savings Bank President & CEO Becky Caplice has announced the following promotions:
Carmen Bassett is now senior vice president and senior retail banking officer. With over 23 years in banking, Bassett is responsible for branch operations, deposit acquisition and business development throughout Hampshire and Franklin County. She is a board member of the Greenfield Community College Foundation, chair of the GCC Alumni Association and has served as treasurer of the Girls Club of Greenfield.
Denise Coyne is now executive vice president and chief operating officer. In this role, Coyne directs many of the bank’s departments and works closely with the CEO in order to achieve annual objectives and fulfill the bank’s mission. A 36-year employee of GSB, Coyne graduated from the National School of Banking and the Massachusetts School for Financial Studies. She is treasurer of the Franklin County Home Care Corporation Board of Directors, and a past member of the Franklin County Community Development Corporation Board.
A.J. Bresciano has been promoted to vice president and commercial loan officer. A longtime resident of Franklin County and former Cookie Factory owner, Bresciano is a graduate of the Eisenberg School of Management at UMass, is treasurer of the Franklin County Rotary Club, and a board member of both the Greenfield Community YMCA and Franklin County Community Development Corporation.
Linda Dagilus has been promoted to vice president and trust officer, and will be responsible for developing new business for the Trust Department. In addition, she handles the administration of Trust, Agency, Custody, Estate, and IRA Accounts. With more than nineteen years in the financial services industry, Dagilus came to GSB from Fidelity Investments and Prudential Financial. She is a graduate of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at Wharton.
Kyle Dumas is now assistant vice president, regional manager and Amherst office manager. This ten-plus year veteran of GSB oversees the Amherst, Conway, Northampton and South Deerfield offices. A graduate of Greenfield Community College, he is a finance committee member of the Amherst Survival Center and active in the Amherst Chamber of Commerce. A father of two, he especially values his role as monthly guest-reader at Whately Elementary School.
Lori Grover has been promoted to senior vice president and senior residential lending officer. Grover is responsible for directing and managing all residential and consumer lending functions. She brings more than 20 years of experience to the role, and works with many local organizations. Her current memberships include serving on the board of the United Way of Franklin County and the Girls Club of Greenfield.
Donald LaFontaine has joined the bank as vice president and controller. He is responsible for managing the accounting functions of our growing community bank. A graduate of the University of New Hampshire, LaFontaine has over 25 years of experience in finance, bank operations and information technologies.
Michael Mandile is now senior vice president and treasurer. A 30 year veteran in finance, he’s been at GSB for the last 10 years. Mandile is an alumnus of the University of Massachusetts in Lowell and received his MBA in Finance from Western New England College. He serves as treasurer on the Pioneer Valley Symphony Board of Directors and is past treasurer of the Lathrop Communities board.
Cassandra Morrey has been promoted to office manager of the South Deerfield branch. A board member of the Deerfield Lions Club, Morrey lives with her family in Goshen.
Josh Parker has been promoted to Vice President and Operations Officer. He is responsible for all things involving loan and deposit operations, e-banking and the customer service center. Parker has over 17 years of banking experience and is a graduate of Greenfield Community College, UMass and the New England School for Financial Studies. He is chair of the family selection committee and vice president of the Board of Directors for Habitat.
“With such talented and dedicated individuals on board, I’m optimistic and excited for the future of Greenfield Savings Bank,” said Caplice, “I look forward to building upon the Bank’s 145 year legacy and working together to grow the Pioneer Valley.”