Salem Community Patriot October 1, 2010 - 7
Dwight Feeney Inducted into
Rotary Club of Greater Salem submitted by Laura Allain Dwight Feeney, sponsored by Peter Rayno, was recently inducted into the Rotary Club of Greater Salem. Dwight is a 2008 graduate of Assumption College and has been a commercial lender for Enterprise Bank’s Salem office since February 2010. Dwight served for two years as a credit analyst for Enterprise prior to transitioning to the commercial lending position. Besides his membership in Rotary, Dwight is also active in the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce and Helping Young Professionals Excel. He was born in Andover, MA, and currently resides in Medford, MA.
Greater Salem NH Rotary Club meets at 7:30 on Dwight Feeney
Friday mornings at Rockingham Park. The Club is holding its First Annual Oktoberfest at Rockingham Park on October 15 from 6-10 p.m., and October 16 from noon-10 p.m. This family event includes traditional German fare, hot air balloon rides, the
Chris White Band on Saturday afternoon, Oberlander Hofbrau Band on Friday and Saturday evenings, face painting, and a car show, plus race cars from Lee USA on display.
Salem Co-operative Bank
Welcomes Rebecca Brown as Mortgage Originator
submitted by Salem Co-operative Bank Salem Co-operative Bank proudly announces the addition of Mortgage Originator Rebecca Brown to the Methuen, MA, Branch. Rebecca will specialize in assisting local homebuyers with review and selection of mortgage products to best meet their needs. Continuing the bank’s high standard of customer service, Rebecca will assist homebuyers through the entire loan process, from application through closing. Rebecca has a well-rounded banking
background with more than 11 years serving as a teller, customer service representative, loan underwriting, and collections departments in the Methuen area. Rebecca has spent the last three years in mortgage origination. Rebecca is a graduate of Northern Essex Community College, with an associate’s degree. She continues to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management at Northern Essex and the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. In
her free time, she feeds her passion for animals by volunteering at the Salem Animal Rescue League. Founded in 1922, Salem Co-operative Bank serves individual and small businesses in Salem and the surrounding communities. They were founded to, and remain committed to, providing financial services with honesty and integrity, while maintaining their position as a financially sound cornerstone of the community. Salem Co-operative Bank is an Equal Housing Lender and a Member of the FDIC. Salem Co-operative Bank is located at 3 South Broadway, Salem, and at 284 Merrimack Street, Methuen. For additional information about the bank, visit www.salemcoop.com
I-93 Widening to Proceed
submitted by Colin Manning Governor John Lynch and State Transportation Commissioner George Campbell announced on September 22 that the State of New Hampshire has received final approval from the Federal Highway Administration to continue with the rebuilding and widening of a 19.8-mile section of Interstate 93 between Salem and Manchester.
“Interstate 93 is a critical piece of New Hampshire’s transportation
infrastructure, and we have already begun significant work in widening the highway to meet today’s demands. This decision clears the way for us to continue making progress on improving the road,” Governor Lynch said. “The widening of I-93 is a top priority of mine, and it is essential that we continue with the progress we have made in order to improve safety and expand opportunities for economic development and jobs.” The Federal Highway Administration has issued a Supplemental Record of Decision, which upholds a 2005 Record of Decision that concluded “the Four-Lane Alternative is the Environmentally Preferred Alternative since it best balances the need to provide safe and efficient transportation with social, economic, and natural environment concerns.” A lawsuit had questioned the widening of the highway to four lanes. “This decision allows us to continue the progress that’s already been underway in addressing Red List Bridges and upgrading interchanges on Interstate 93,” said Commissioner Campbell. “This completes the environmental process and we are now moving forward to diligently address growing safety concerns and traffic demands for the thousands of motorists utilizing this vital corridor.”
Chairman of the Board George Duncan Announces Election of New Bank Directors
submitted by Enterprise Bank
At the September 21 meeting of the Board of Directors of Enterprise Bank, Gino Baroni of Atkinson and Dr. Jacqueline Moloney of Chelmsford, MA, were elected to the Board. Gino Baroni is Owner and Managing Principal of Trident
Project Advantage Group in Salem, and a Co-Founder of Trident Building, LLC, Trident Properties, LLC, as well as Trident Capital Enterprises, LLC. With over 30 years of project management and development services experience, his portfolio includes work on Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA, Rowes Wharf in Boston, MA, and Delta Airlines Terminal A at Logan International Airport in East Boston, MA, in addition to current expansion projects at Methuen (MA) High School and Salem K- 6 Schools. Committed to community service, Baroni is currently a trustee at Lawrence
General Hospital and Central Catholic High School in Lawrence, and is a long-time supporter of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Salem and Lawrence, MA. Enterprise Bank operates two full-service banking offices in Salem and Derry (the third in Hudson will open in January 2011). Mr. Baroni will be a great resource in the Southern New Hampshire market. Jacqueline (Jacquie) Moloney is the Executive Vice Chancellor at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell and a member of the Chancellor’s Executive Cabinet. Dr. Moloney is renowned for her leadership in online education, innovation in curriculum and instruction, and entrepreneurship. After founding the Centers for Learning and the Faculty Teaching Center at University of Massachusetts-Lowell, she went on to redesign its traditional continuing education program into a highly successful professional education program known for its quality, responsiveness to students’ professional needs, and for its high-caliber online education programs. In addition, Dr. Moloney has crafted numerous innovative partnerships with business and
Dr. Jacqueline Moloney
industry that have yielded impressive results for the Lowell campus. A resident of Chelmsford, Dr. Moloney has served on numerous civic boards in the Merrimack Valley, including the Greater Lowell Community Foundation, House of Hope, Girls Inc., and Whistler House Art Museum.
Chairman Duncan commented that “We are pleased
that Mr. Baroni and Dr. Moloney will be joining our Board. Gino and Jacquie bring tremendous expertise, market knowledge, and community insight. Both highly regarded professionals will be valuable contributors to the bank as we continue to position Enterprise Bank to take advantage of the many market opportunities that lie ahead. Our new directors have tremendous expertise in corporate strategy, and bring new insights, vision, and promise to the bank. We are so pleased to have them in our boardroom.” Enterprise Bank has 17 full-service branch offices located in the Massachusetts cities and towns of Lowell, Acton, Andover, Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, Fitchburg, Leominster, Methuen, Tewksbury, and Westford, and in Salem and Derry, NH. Enterprise will open its 18th office in Hudson in early 2011. As of June 30, assets were
Home Buyer Seminar Help You!
Let the NEW HAMPSHIRE HOUSING’S
When: Wednesday, October 6th (This is a two part seminar)
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Bank of America 220 North Broadway, Salem, NH
This seminar is offered at no charge and is open to the public, but seating is limited. Please call for reservations.
1–800–640–7239, Extension 7393
The seminar is offered with the support of the Mortgage Bankers & Brokers Association of New Hampshire, New Hampshire Association of Realtors, New Hampshire Bar Association, and our local sponsor Bank of America
& Thursday, October 7th
posted at $1.374 billion. Total assets, investment assets under management, and mortgage loans serviced totaled $1.883 billion.
Listed on the NASDAQ Global Market under the stock symbol “EBTC.” For information on Enterprise Bank, visit EnterpriseBanking.com
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