Monson Savings Bank's East Longmeadow Branch Commemorates First Anniversary with Ribbon Cutting and Celebration
L-R: Nancy Dahlen, Monson Savings Bank SVP Residential & Consumer Lending; Rob Chateauneuf, Monson Savings Bank SVP Senior Commercial Loan Officer; Massachusetts State Representative Brian Ashe; Dan Moriarty, Monson Savings Bank President & CEO; Aimee Kohn, Monson Savings Bank East Longmeadow Branch Manager; Lena Buteau, Monson Savings Bank VP Retail Branch Administrator; and Terri Fox, Monson Savings Bank SVP Chief Retail Officer. Not shown is Michael Rouette, Monson Savings Bank Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.
Monson Savings Bank’s East Longmeadow Branch recently invited members of the community to celebrate the one year anniversary of the opening of their newest location in East Longmeadow. In the interest of safety, the Bank did not hold a ribbon cutting when the Branch opened in August 2020. This year, everyone was thankful that they could safely gather to celebrate the East Longmeadow Branch with a belated ribbon cutting in honor of the Branch’s first anniversary.
“We were very happy to be able to invite members of the community to come celebrate our newest branch with us. This celebration was long overdue, but it was absolutely worth the wait,” said Dan Moriarty, Monson Savings Bank President & CEO. “We are extremely grateful to the East Longmeadow community for such a warm welcome to the neighborhood. Likewise, we are delighted to keep community banking in East Longmeadow and be an active member of the community.”
Local professionals and community members attended the ribbon cutting in support of the local community Bank, including Representative Brian M. Ashe. Many guests expressed gratitude to Monson Savings Bank for the Bank’s charitable generosity when it came to supporting community causes. Terry Glusko, Sr., East Longmeadow Veterans Memorial Committee Chair, shared with the guests how appreciative the East Longmeadow Veterans Memorial Committee was for the Bank’s donation of $10,000 to the project.
Following the ribbon cutting, the Bank invited the public to the East Longmeadow 1st Anniversary Branch Celebration. Visitors were given free giveaways, had chances to win over $500 in drawing prizes, and were able to enjoy free ice cream from the Batch Ice Cream truck, courtesy of Monson Savings Bank.
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Dan Moriarty, President and CEO of Monson Savings Bank welcomes guests of the East Longmeadow Branch 1st Anniversary Ribbon Cutting held on August 19th. He is show alongside Aimee Kohn, Branch Manager.
Representative Brian Michael Ashe speaks to the event attendees, sharing his appreciation of Monson Savings Bank’s support of the local East Longmeadow community. He is shown with Dan Moriarty, President and CEO of Monson Savings Bank, and Aimee Kohn, Branch Manager.
Representative Brian M. Ashe presents Dan Moriarty, President and CEO of Monson Savings Bank, and Aimee Kohn, Branch Manager, with citations from Representative Ashe himself and on behalf of Senator Eric P. Lesser, who was unable to attend.
Ribbon Cutting guests Grace Barone, Executive Director of the East of the River Chamber of Commerce (ERC5) and Representative Brian M. Ashe are shown with Monson Savings Bank President and CEO, Dan Moriarty and Board Member, Charlie Christianson.
Representative Brian M. Ashe; East Longmeadow Town Council Member Marilyn Richards; and Monson Savings Bank President and CEO Dan Moriarty, take a photo to commemorate the East Longmeadow Branch Ribbon Cutting.
During the Ribbon Cutting celebration, Susan Grimaldi, East Longmeadow Summer Concert Committee Chair (center), took a photo with Representative Brian M. Ashe, and Monson Savings Bank President and CEO Dan Moriarty, in front of the East Longmeadow Branch.
Dan Moriarty, President and CEO of Monson Savings Bank take a photo with Ribbon Cutting guests. Shown left to right are: Erin Koebler, Executive Director of the East Longmeadow Council on Aging; East Longmeadow Veterans Memorial Committee Members: Thomas Gour and Edward Brown; Monson Savings Bank President and CEO Dan Moriarty; East Longmeadow Veterans Memorial Committee Members: Preston Wallace, Donald Gamache, and Committee Chairman, Terry Glusko, Sr.
East Longmeadow Veterans Memorial Committee Chairman Terry Glusko, Sr. (right), shared with Ribbon Cutting guests, his deep appreciation for Monson Savings Bank’s $10,000 to the East Longmeadow Veterans Memorial and the Bank’s ongoing support of the East Longmeadow community.
Following the Ribbon Cutting, young visitors, Molly and Jack Afonso, enjoyed free ice cream from the Batch Ice Cream truck during the East Longmeadow 1st Anniversary Community Celebration event.
Sisters, Sierra, Brooklyn, and Mackenzie Eubank, visited the East Longmeadow Community Celebration with their mother. They got piggy banks and enjoyed some free ice cream from the Batch Ice Cream truck courtesy of Monson Savings Bank.