Haverhill Bank taps banking veteran to lead loan servicing
HAVERHILL - Stanley “Stan” R. Ward of Haverhill recently joined Haverhill Bank as assistant vice president of loan servicing. He succeeds Theresa J. Sarratora, who is retiring after nearly 45 years of service. Ward will oversee the loan maintenance and customer service aspect of the bank's lending portfolio. "I am pleased to welcome Stan to Haverhill Bank," said Haverhill Bank President and CEO Thomas L. Mortimer. "Stan’s experience in loan service and customer care will help us continue toward our goal of providing exceptional loan service to our customers from the beginning of the process through the end. At Haverhill Bank, we service all of the loans we originate."
Ward previously served as assistant vice president of loan servicing at River Bank (formerly Lawrence Savings Bank), Lawrence. A graduate of North Andover High School, Ward has an associate’s degree from Northern Essex Community College. He is a former member of Haverhill Kiwanis. A depositor-owned institution, Haverhill Bank was founded in 1877 and is the oldest cooperative bank in Massachusetts. The bank’s Main Office is at 180 Merrimack St. and has in offices at 163 South Main St., 1094 Main St., 100 Lafayette Square, Haverhill High School, Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School and 6 West Main St., Merrimac.
Lawrence Cultural Council seeks members
LAWRENCE - The Lawrence Cultural Council has several openings and is looking for residents to fill them.
The council supports artistic, cultural and children's activities as well as field trips and performances.
Interested residents can contact Mayor William Lantigua’s office or go on the city's Website under “Boards & Commissions” to get an application. For information, contact the council through e-mail at email@example.com.
Comedian performs for Timberlane scholarship
PLAISTOW - National comedian Joe Yannetty who has made more than 40 television appearances including having been seen on Comedy Central, and the late night talks shows as well as being a regular in Las Vegas and on cruises ships, will be appearing at Timberlane Regional High School, Thursday Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $5 with proceeds to benefit the Timberlane Scholarship Fund. This performance is open to the public.