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ANGELINE S. GRANT AS VICE PRESIDENT / COMMERCIAL LOAN OFFICER TO THE BANK’S LENDING GROUP.

May 28, 2013, Medway, MA


Charles River Bank President & CEO Jack Hamilton is delighted to announce the recent addition of Angeline S. Grant as Vice President / Commercial Loan Officer to the Bank’s lending group. The community-based financial institution continues to enrich its employee talent base by seeking out professionals with considerable expertise in highly specialized fields.

Grant has 20 plus years of experience in banking. Most recently, she was Business Development Officer - Business Banking with Middlesex Savings Bank. She previously worked in Ontario, Canada, as a personal financial planner with RBC Wealth Management, Royal Bank Financial Group and BMO Bank of Montreal Financial Group. She also worked as a credit and retail branch manager and assistant lending manager within the commercial banking group at RBC Royal Bank of Canada where she managed financial solutions within the commercial, corporate and professional banking markets.

She will be based in Charles River Bank’s Bellingham office, located at 2 South Maple Street (at the corner of Route 140 & Maple Street on the Bellingham/Franklin town line). Grant will focus on identifying new business banking and financing opportunities, creating unique solutions to support the business’ specific needs, and nurturing long-term relationships with business owners and managers.

Grant is very active in the local community. She serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Milford Area Chamber of Commerce (MACC) and its Connecting Women Leaders (CWL) sub-committee. As a former Franklin Downtown Partnership Board of Director and Membership Chair, Grant also served as the Harvest Festival Chair and was nominated for the 2011 Athena International Leadership Award for “dedication, creativity and passion for business, chamber and community” via the United Regional Chamber of Commerce. She continues to volunteer as an Ambassador for the Women’s Success Network and is the founder of a local neighborhood association.

“We are proud to have hired a multi-talented professional like Angie,” confirmed Jack Hamilton, President and CEO, Charles River Bank. ”She brings tremendous energy and experience to our team.”