bankHometown Promotes Dimopoulos, Ostberg and Roberts to Vice President, Branch Officer in Woodstock, Athol and Putnam

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CONTACT:  bankHometown  Audrey Chechile, Marketing Communications Manager  O: 413.779.2267 | M: 518.944.4626

bankHometown Promotes Dimopoulos, Ostberg and Roberts to Vice President, Branch Officer in Woodstock, Athol, and Putnam

OXFORD, MASSACHUSETTS, May 10, 2024 — bankHometown, with 16 branches across central Massachusetts and northeastern Connecticut, recently promoted George Dimopoulos to vice president, branch officer of its Route 171, Woodstock, Conn. office; Marc Ostberg to vice president, branch officer of its Exchange Street, Athol office; and Nancy Roberts to vice president, branch officer of its Main Street, Putnam, Conn. office.

Dimopoulos, of Thompson, has 14 years of banking experience. He joined bankHometown in 2016 as branch officer of the Woodstock office and subsequently was promoted to assistant vice president, branch officer. Prior to joining bankHometown, he was branch officer at The Citizens National Bank. He has served as president of the Woodstock Business Association since 2021, and treasurer of the Woodstock Education Foundation since 2021. Dimopoulos earned a certificate in mortgage and consumer lending from the Center for Financial Training and is currently enrolled in the New England School for Financial Studies through the Massachusetts Bankers Association.

Ostberg, of Orange, has nearly 30 years of experience in banking. He joined bankHometown in 2013, most recently serving as assistant vice president, branch officer in Athol. Before that, he was vice president, store manager at TD Bank and held various retail leadership positions at both Sovereign Bank (now Santander Bank), and TD Bank. Ostberg studied accounting at Nichols College and business administration and finance at Worcester State University. He is currently enrolled in the New England School for Financial Studies through the Massachusetts Bankers Association. Ostberg is on the committee of the North Quabbin Food-A-Thon, and previously served as chairman of the board of directors for both the Town of Orange Economic Development and Industrial Corporation and the North Quabbin Chamber of Commerce.

Roberts, of Killingly, has 35 years of experience in banking and joined bankHometown in 2018 as assistant vice president, branch officer in Putnam. Before that, she was vice president at Eastern Connecticut Savings Bank. Roberts has an associate degree in business administration from Queensborough Community College. She currently serves on the board of directors for Dyer Manor Fire District and previously was president of the board of directors for both Thames Family Services and the Martin House. She is a member of the Putnam Business Association, and regularly attends Northeast Connecticut Chamber of Commerce events.

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About bankHometown

Founded in 1889, bankHometown is headquartered in Oxford, Massachusetts. We have $1.4 billion in assets and offer a complete line of consumer and business deposit and lending products and services through 16 branches located throughout Central Massachusetts and northeast Connecticut. We’re proud to fulfill our community banking mission—providing individualized financial support, a suite of comprehensive products and services, and smart banking technology—all to ensure our customers can unlock their potential and build a successful future.

Through our sponsorship and charitable giving program, The Giving Tree, bankHometown and the Hometown Bank Community Foundation support non-profit organizations and causes throughout Worcester and Windham Counties. In 2023 alone, The Giving Tree donated nearly $400,000 and over the last decade has donated more than $2.7 million. bankHometown was proud to be named a 2023 Corporate Citizenship Award winner by Boston Business Journal. For more information, visit bankhometown.com.

 Audrey Chechile

Marketing Communications Manager

Office: 413.779.2267

Mobile: 518.944.4626

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