MSB Donates $1,000 to Monson's Christmas Lights, Honoring John Malo & John Morrell
Dan Moriarty (center) presented a $1,000 donation towards the Monson Christmas light display in honor of John Malo (left) and John Morell’s (right) combined 100+ years of service to the Town of Monson.
Monson Savings Bank is known to be a pillar in the communities it serves. The Bank shows its support to the community in various ways, sometimes even recognizing the accomplishments of individual community members who make a big impact. Most recently, Monson Savings Bank donated $1,000 to the Town of Monson’s Christmas lights display to honor the hard work and long careers of John Malo and John Morrell.
Malo recently was recognized by the Town of Monson for his 50 years of service to the Town’s post office, and he has no plans to retire! On July 23rd, family members, friends, and town residents gathered together at the Town’s Post Office to celebrate his long and successful career.
In November 2020, Morrell celebrated 53 years of service to the Monson Highway Department as the Monson Highway Surveyor. He started his career with the town in 1968 as a truck driver and spent many years working hard to keep the townspeople safe.
“I’m homegrown in Monson, so I have grown up around these two and have been a witness to their hard work. Both men have demonstrated superior service and dedication to our town,” said Dan Moriarty, Monson Savings Bank President and CEO. “The Bank is very thrilled to be able to present this donation to the Town in their honor. When this year’s Christmas lights go up around town we will all be reminded of them and their longtime devotion to the Town of Monson.”
Both Malo and Morrell were grateful to the Bank for making this donation to the Town that they have enjoyed serving for so many years.