Friends & Neighbors: Jewett City Savings announces one new hire and a promotion
Jewett City Savings Bank has announced the promotion of Karen Brodeur and the hiring of Matthew Voelker.
Brodeur, an assistant vice president since 2020, has been appointed Commercial Credit Manager, and Voelker has joined the bank as a Senior Commercial Credit Analyst.
Brodeur, who joined the Bank in 2014, holds an Omega Performance-Commercial Loans to Business Certificate and RMA University-CRE-LDP Series Certificates. She resides in Plainfield, with her husband and works at the bank’s main office.
Voelker has served as a Commercial Credit Analyst for Charter Oak Federal Credit Union. A Cum Laude graduate of Eastern Connecticut State University, Matthew holds a degree in business administration and a minor in business information systems. He also is an active member of the Eastern Connecticut Chamber of Commerce and Eastern Connecticut Young Professionals.
Jewett City Savings Bank is a mutual savings bank operating full-service offices in Jewett City, Brooklyn, Dayville, Pawcatuck, Plainfield, Preston, and Putnam with online banking services at JCSBank.com.
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