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Donnalee Lozeau Joins St. Mary's Bank's Supervisory Committee

Posted On 1/22/2019

Manchester, NH (January 22, 2019) — The nation’s first credit union announces the appointment of Donnalee Lozeau to the St. Mary’s Bank Supervisory Committee, an independent body that oversees the credit union’s management and Board of Directors.

Photo of Donnalee Lozeau, Supervisory Committee member“I am honored to be part of the Supervisory Committee and am eager to support the management and members of St. Mary’s Bank,” says Lozeau.

Lozeau will be serving the unexpired term of Kara Fontaine, CPA, who had to resign from the committee since her employer, Howe, Riley & Howe, has been acquired by Wipfli/Macpage, the accounting firm engaged by St. Mary’s Bank.

Lozeau is the executive director/CEO of Southern New Hampshire Services, where she is responsible for the development and oversight of the community action agency serving all of Hillsborough and Rockingham counties. Prior to her position at Southern New Hampshire Services, Lozeau served as the mayor of Nashua from 2008 until 2016.

Lozeau’s civic involvement is extensive as she sits on the board or acts in an advisory capacity to such organizations as St. Joseph Hospital, NH Tomorrow Leadership Council, and Reaching Higher for Education NH.

“Donnalee’s commitment to community has been proven time and again,” states Craig S. Donais, Esq., Chairman of St. Mary’s Bank’s Supervisory Committee. “Her extensive civic experience will be an invaluable asset to the Committee.”

About St. Mary’s Bank

Founded in Manchester, New Hampshire, in 1908, St. Mary’s Bank is the first credit union in the nation. It makes progressive financial products and services available and affordable to consumers and businesses. Members enjoy excellent service, competitive rates, low fees, and state-of-the-art banking services. Headquartered in Manchester, New Hampshire, St. Mary’s Bank has locations in Manchester, Hudson, Londonderry, Milford, Nashua, and Concord. For more information, call 1-888-786-2791 or visit

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