Savings Bank of Walpole Promotes Pam Lane and Heather Paight to Branch Service Manager Positions

Keene — Savings Bank of Walpole (SBW) is pleased to announce it has promoted Pam Lane and Heather Paight to Branch Services Manager positions.

Pam Lane is the new Branch Services Manager at the Bank’s West Street location and has worked in the banking industry for over 22 years. She joined SBW in 2010 as a Teller and then worked in a myriad of other roles throughout her time, always working with our customers.

As an employee of the Bank since 2016, Heather Paight is the new Branch Services Manager for the Bank’s Marlboro Street location. Heather started her career at SBW as a Saturday Teller and two years later began working in the Bank’s Customer Support department followed by work as a Retail Banker and Retail Trainer, respectively.

As Branch Services Managers for the Bank, Pam and Heather will be responsible for working with our branch staff to meet the needs of our customers, bringing in new business and creating awareness about various banking products.

“We’re excited to congratulate Pam and Heather on their much-deserved promotions,” says Mark Bodin, President of Savings Bank of Walpole. “In addition to being respected team members and employees, their detailed knowledge of SBW products and services will help ensure SBW continues to always provide the best service and banking experience for our valued customers.”

With assets totaling $715 million, the Bank 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 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.