MANCHESTER, NH (September 25, 2020) — St. Mary’s Bank is pleased to welcome long-time employees Becky Tetrault and Jake Powers to the credit union’s growing commercial banking department.
Tetrault joins the department as commercial lending officer. She has been with St. Mary’s Bank since 2004 and most recently provided leadership to the credit union’s five Manchester-based branch offices as regional manager and business services officer. As commercial lending officer, Tetrault will originate new commercial loans, manage an existing loan portfolio, and support the financial needs of business members.
Powers joins the department as business services officer. He most recently served as St. Mary’s Bank’s senior accountant. Prior to that, he was the credit union’s retail performance and support specialist. In his new position, Powers will develop business relationships in the Greater Manchester market and support St. Mary’s Bank’s cash management program.
“We are excited to have experienced, relationship-focused leaders like Becky and Jake join our commercial team,” said Kyle Schneck, St. Mary’s Bank Senior Vice President and Director of Commercial Banking. “Throughout their time at St. Mary’s, both have developed a strong understanding of our market and the communities we serve. They are well-positioned to help local businesses of all sizes grow and succeed.”
Photo caption: Becky Tetrault, Commercial Lending Officer at St. Mary’s Bank.
Photo caption: Jake Powers, Business Services Officer at St. Mary’s Bank.
About St. Mary’s Bank
St. Mary’s Bank is a full-service, not-for-profit financial cooperative with branch locations in Manchester, Hudson, Londonderry, Milford, and Nashua and dedicated mortgage centers in Nashua, Concord, and Portsmouth. Founded as the nation’s first credit union in Manchester in 1908 and still headquartered there today, St. Mary’s Bank emphasizes a long tradition of service excellence, convenience, and value in its delivery of progressive banking products and services that help members save, invest, borrow, plan, insure, and retire.