Savings Bank of Walpole’s Andrew Richardson Joins Board of Monadnock Economic Development Corporation
Keene, NH — Savings Bank of Walpole is pleased to announce that Andrew Richardson, VP Commercial Loan Officer, has joined the Board of Monadnock Economic Development Corporation (MEDC). MEDC is committed to the vitality of the Monadnock Region and concentrates their efforts on business recruitment, retention, relocation, and expansion as well as downtown revitalization and rehabilitation projects.
Richardson, who joined Savings Bank of Walpole in 2020, is a former Keene Sentinel Trendsetter Recipient and is active in a number of community organizations and nonprofits in the Monadnock Region, including Secretary/Board of Director for the Greater Monadnock Collaborative Regional Chamber of Commerce as well as Treasurer and Board member of Hannah Grimes Marketplace. He also participates in many bank volunteer efforts such as the DeMar Marathon, meal preparation for The Community Kitchen and trail work at Monadnock Humane Society.
“I’m looking forward to having the opportunity to share my personal and professional experience as a Board member of MEDC,” says Richardson.
“The MEDC mission aligns with both my personal and professional aspirations of stewardship, community, and the business and economic development of our region.”
With assets totaling $715 million, Savings Bank of Walpole offers a wide range of financial products, including services to individuals, businesses and organizations. The Bank is affiliated with NH Mutual Bancorp, further enhancing the quality products and services it provides to customers. The Bank is a partner of the NHTrust1 brand to better serve customers by providing localized trust and wealth management products and services. Savings Bank of Walpole is an equal housing lender, and member of the FDIC. For more information visit www.walpolebank.com or call (603) 352-1822.
1Products and services made available through NHTrust are not insured by the FDIC or any other agency of the United States and are not deposits or obligations or guaranteed by the Bank and may lose value.