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Updated: December 12, 2022 on the move

Movers & Shakers for Dec. 12, 2022

Framingham-based bank MutualOne Bank has appointed MICHELLE RIVERS as its new vice president and human resources officer. Rivers joined the bank in 2016 as payroll and benefits manager. Rivers originally graduated from the New England Institute of Business at Cambridge College, where she received a master’s degree in human resource management. She has a bachelor’s degree in business management and an associate degree in business administration from Dean College in Franklin. Rivers has a paralegal certification from Northeastern University in Boston and a professional in human resources certification from the Human Resources Certification Institute. 

Echo Louissaint

ECHO LOUISSAINT is the new director of development for Worcester multi-service nonprofit Friendly House. Louissaint will manage all fundraising activities for the institution, including events, campaigns, donor relations, and communications. Louissaint comes to Friendly House from Worcester Housing Authority with more than a decade of experience in communications, as well as a degree in communications and culture from Clark University in Worcester. 

Carl Flumerfelt

After 35 years at Winchester Savings Bank, where he oversaw commercial, retail, and consumer lending team operations, CARL FLUMERFELT has joined Main Street Bank in Marlborough as a senior vice president commercial lender. He will be based in the bank’s Ayer location, but he will be the first commercial lending team member available via Main Street Bank’s video banking service. A graduate of Bentley University in Waltham, Flumerfelt earned his MBA from Babson College in Wellesley. 

Jane Loranger

SEAN COVENEY and JANE LORANGER of bankHometown in Oxford were promoted. Coveney is now assistant vice president, commercial loan officer, and Loranger is senior vice president, commercial lending team leader. Coveney has been commercial portfolio manager since a promotion in 2020. Before that, he served in various roles at Digital Federal Credit Union in Marlborough. He has undergraduate and master’s degrees from UMass Amherst. Loranger was previously vice president, nonprofit banking at People’s United Bank of Connecticut before coming to bankHometown in 2020 as vice president, commercial lending. She is a Clark University graduate with an MBA from UMass Boston.

THOMAS BARTHOLOMEW, president and CEO of Worcester financial services firm Bartholomew & Co., was named to Barron’s list of the Top 100 Independent Advisors for 2022. Barron’s, a financial publication, ranks advisors based on criteria such as revenue generated.

Six employees of Worcester-based Bay State Savings Bank have been promoted. Commercial Loan Officer JESSICA FAVREAU is now an assistant vice president, commercial loan officer; Credit Analyst PAMELA GASTORI was promoted to assistant vice president, commercial portfolio manager and reporting officer; LORI KOWAL was named vice president, commercial loan operations, formerly a commercial loan administration officer; JEFFREY LOCKE, branch manager, is now senior vice president, senior branch manager/senior mortgage officer; Loan Serving Specialist MARC SANGUINETTI was promoted to senior vice president, retail lending; and JILL WARDLE was promoted from assistant vice president, cash management officer to cash management officer.

MATTHEW WELLS was hired as director of operations and continuous improvement by Athol-headquartered manufacturer The L.S. Starrett Co.. Wells, who has more than 25 years of manufacturing background in both the U.S. and Canada, will be responsible for production, planning, inventory management, warehouse and shipping. He has experience in the Toyota Production System, lean manufacturing, and Six Sigma, as well as a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and an MBA from Western New England University.

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