Stephanie Andruss has been promoted to Regional Vice President at Merrimack County Savings Bank (the Merrimack). In this role, she will oversee the Bank’s branch offices in Bow, Hooksett, Nashua and 1 Integra Drive in Concord. This is a new role that was created to ensure the organization continues to offer the best service and products available to banking customers as it grows.
“Stephanie has been a familiar face to the Bow and Hooksett communities for almost ten years,” said Mary Lynne Rahlson, Senior Vice President, Senior Retail Banking Officer. “Her enthusiasm and leadership is outstanding. I am confident her expertise will lead to even more success in our southern markets. As an engaged professional, Stephanie leads by example with compassion and energy, which inspires others to want to do the same.”
Andruss joined the Merrimack in 2009 as Branch Manager of its Bow office, where she was quickly promoted to Assistant Vice President. In 2015 and 2017 she was chosen to oversee the Merrimack’s Hooksett locations at the I-93 N Welcome Center and Londonderry Turnpike respectively, as the Bank expanded its reach into the region.
Andruss serves as Treasurer of the Hooksett Chamber of Commerce and is an active member of the Hooksett Kiwanis. Previously, she was a board-member of Green Concord and the Advisory Council for Bow Schools. Andruss is a graduate of New Hampshire Technical Institute, the Northern New England School of Banking and was a member of Leadership Academy at New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp, Class of 2017.