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Clinton Savings Bank promotes four employees

Mary T. Dean

Mary T. Dean

Clinton – Clinton Savings Bank announced that it is promoting four employees who regularly demonstrate their value and commitment to the bank, its customers, and the community.

Mary T. Dean is being elevated to senior vice president, commercial loan officer. A Lunenburg resident and CSB veteran since 2009, Dean will continue with her commercial lending activities, as well as her responsibilities regarding the bank's Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) initiatives.

Robert P. Fontaine is being promoted to the position of assistant vice president, senior mortgage officer. A resident of Holden, Fontaine has been with the bank since June 2008. He will continue to be responsible for all aspects of mortgage underwriting.

Naika N. Novoa is being promoted to senior loan servicing representative and will continue to be responsible for all aspects of loan servicing. She has been with the bank since September 2012 and lives in Worcester.

Paula E. Paldino is being named assistant vice president, compliance manager. In this role, she will continue to play a key role in monitoring the bank's compliance program. A resident of Worcester, Paldino has been with the bank since August 2012.

For more information, visit clintonsavings.com.

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Robert P. Fontaine

Robert P. Fontaine

Naika N. Novoa

Naika N. Novoa

Paula E. Paldino

Paula E. Paldino

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