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Greenfield Co-op Bank elects directors

SHELBURNE FALLS — Michael Tucker, president & CEO of Greenfield Co-operative Bank and its parent company, Greenfield Bancorp, MHC announced today that one new director and three new corporators were elected and several others re-elected at the Company’s 109th Annual Meeting held in Shelburne Falls earlier this month:

Susan Fentin of Conway, a labor lawyer with the firm of Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C. in Springfield, was elected a director for a three-year term of both the bank and MHC;

Three incumbent directors were re-elected to three-year terms:

• Nancy A. Fournier, CPA, of Shelburne, a member of the firm of Melanson Heath & Company, Greenfield;

• Eugene L’Etoile, president of Four Star Farms in Northfield;

• Josiah “Josh” Simpson, of Shelburne Falls, president of Josh Simpson Contemporary Glass;

The following new corporators were elected for a 10 year term:

• Arjen P. Vriend, of Pioneer Gardens, Deerfield;

• Elizabeth A. Dolby, of Orthopedic Physical Therapy and The Body Shoppe Health and Fitness Center, Greenfield;

• Elizabeth G. Fisk, of radio stations WHAI and Bear Country 95.3 in Greenfield;

Two other incumbent corporators were re-elected for 10 year terms:

• William R. Pratt, of the Masiello Real Estate Agency;

• Christine M. Eugin, a senior vice president of the bank;

At the meeting, Tucker reported:

• total assets of Greenfield Co-operative Bank grew by 6.46 percent to just over $346 million;

• the opening of the bank’s sixth full service location at 176 Avenue A in Turners Falls;

• the growth of loans by 9.39 percent to over $214 million. The portfolio now includes $85 million in commercial loans and over $97 million in residential mortgages;

• the growth of deposits by 7.69 percent to just over $288 million.

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