Franklin Savings Bank hosts ribbon cutting for new full-service office

October 06, 2017 - Northern New England
Shown (from left) are: Melissa Ballard Sullivan,
Merrimack Chamber of Commerce; Darren
Hasenjaeger, Paramount Partners; Michael
Purchia, Paramount Partners; Ron Magoon,
president & CEO, Franklin Savings Bank; Jacy
Amenkowicz, AVP, commercial loan officer; Tom
Sullivan, Sullivan Construction; David Kerr,
Sullivan Construction;
and Mark Bjorgen, BAE Systems

Merrimack, NH On September 13th, Franklin Savings Bank held an official ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the grand opening of its new full-service office. 

The new 2,161 s/f office, located at Merrimack Village Shopping Center at 1 Dobson Way, features two drive-up lanes, two smart ATMs, a coffee bar, and a technology bar with digital displays to enable staff to demonstrate the bank’s diverse line of electronic services to customers.

“We are so proud to be able to bring community banking to the residents and businesses of Merrimack, said Ron Magoon, president & CEO.  “This vibrant, thriving community will provide a great deal of opportunity for us to provide commercial lending, residential lending and wealth management services to this region. We are looking forward to working very hard to earn new business opportunities.”

The ribbon cutting event was attended by those involved with the project including Paramount Partners, Sullivan Construction, TF Moran, and DeStefano Architects.  A few members of the bank’s Merrimack advisory group were also in attendance, including Melissa Ballard Sullivan, president of the Merrimack Chamber of Commerce; Kara Olsen, owner of Laconia Refrigeration; and Randy Turmel, President of Randy Turmel & Associates, Inc.

Established in 1869, Franklin Savings Bank is an independent, mutually-owned community bank, offering a full array of commercial lending, personal banking and investment services throughout the Central Lakes Region and southern New Hampshire. Headquartered in Franklin, the bank has offices in Bristol, Boscawen, Tilton, Laconia, Merrimack and Gilford, as well as an office in Bedford for business lending. 

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