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Jan Raymond Joins St. Mary's Bank as Chief Lending Officer

Posted On 1/14/2019
MANCHESTER, NH (January 14, 2019) — St. Mary’s Bank, the nation’s first credit union, is pleased to welcome Jan Raymond as Chief Lending Officer.
Photo of Jan Raymond, Chief Lending OfficerRaymond will oversee all of the credit union’s commercial, mortgage and consumer lending activities. She replaces Don St. Germain, who recently retired from St. Mary’s Bank.
“Jan is a recognized leader in the New Hampshire banking community,” said Ron Covey, St. Mary’s Bank Chief Executive Officer. “She brings to St. Mary’s Bank over 30 years of experience and the proven ability to cultivate lending teams that are proactive in meeting the needs of individuals and businesses in the areas we serve. Jan’s extensive business development background and relationship-based approach will serve our credit union well as we seek to grow our loan portfolios.”
Raymond has held leading lending roles in the New Hampshire banking industry since 1978.  Prior to joining St. Mary’s Bank, she managed a successful commercial lending team at Merrimack County Savings Bank in Concord. She is the former president of Ewing Raymond Consulting, where she worked with banks throughout the United States to develop relationship-focused sales processes. Jan’s long career includes positions at Ocean National Bank in Manchester and Citizens Bank in Manchester. She attended Rivier University in Nashua and the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Banking.

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, and Nashua, with mortgage centers in Concord and Nashua. For more information, call 1-888-786-2791 or visit

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