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June 21, 2013

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Bank employee honored

Erica LeMire, a commercial loan assistant at Haverhill Bank, was recently named as one of Banker and Tradesman’s Community Bank Heroes.

For the second year in a row, Banker and Tradesman is honoring 12 community bankers that have gone above and beyond to better their local community, whether it be through financial education programs, volunteerism in the community or other initiatives that improve the local area.

Heroes are nominated by others in their industry for their contribution.

“Erica is well-deserving of this honor,” said Haverhill Bank President and CEO Thomas Mortimer, noting that LeMire works hard to think of new, fun ways the bank and its employees can give back to the community, such as by co-chairing the bank’s Relay for Life team.

He said she also takes great pride in sharing her culinary skills by baking for her co-workers. Banker and Tradesman, a Massachusetts-based financial publication, focuses on issues facing local banks and credit unions.

A reception to honor all of the nominees will take place later this month at the Hyatt Regency Boston.

LeMire has been with the bank for four years. Prior to that she was employed at Northeast Community Credit Union for eight years.

She lives in Plaistow, N.H. and has two children. A depositor-owned institution, Haverhill Bank’s main office is at 180 Merrimack St.

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