Savings Bank Of Walpole Promotes Kristen Noonan To Community Engagement Manager

Keene, NH – Savings Bank of Walpole has promoted Kristen Noonan from Community Engagement Assistant to Community Engagement Manager.

In her new position, Kristen will continue to serve as a representative for Savings Bank of Walpole at community events and will have additional involvement in managing the bank’s core volunteer program as well as many aspects of the Bank’s marketing efforts. Kristen previously worked at the Bank from 2006-2014, left to raise her family and returned to the Bank in 2018 working in SBW’s retail and lending departments.

“Savings Bank of Walpole is excited to congratulate Kristen on her promotion to Community Engagement Manager,” says Danielle Ruffo, Assistant Vice President, Community Engagement and Marketing for Savings Bank of Walpole. “In her new role, she will continue to be instrumental in SBW’s ongoing efforts to support the many organizations that make this community great. We’re truly grateful for her dedication, hard work and can-do attitude.”  

Outside the office, Kristen is involved with several community organizations, serving as an active member of Monadnock Regional School District’s school board and Chair of its Policy committee. In addition, she is Vice-Chair of the Friends of the Fitzwilliam Library, a board member for Keene Day Care Center, and member of the Emerson School PTCO.

With assets totaling $669 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.