Terrie McQuillen has joined Merrimack County Savings Bank (the Merrimack) as Senior Vice President, Senior Portfolio Manager. McQuillen will oversee commercial credit and loan administration from the Bank’s main office in downtown Concord.
“I look forward to seeing our commercial department expand and evolve under Terrie’s leadership,” said James Gallagher, Senior Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer. “With more than 26 years of experience, Terrie draws from both her diverse background and focused expertise in loan portfolio management and credit administration. We’re happy to welcome her aboard.”
“I was really drawn to the Merrimack’s excellent reputation and I’m excited to be a part of an organization known for their stewardship and community involvement,” said McQuillen. “It was my intention to find a home with a community-focused financial institution, like the Merrimack.”
Prior to joining the Merrimack, McQuillen was the Executive Officer, SVP and Chief Credit Officer at Community National Bank in Derby, VT. She was a member and past president of the Rotary Club of Newport, VT. She was also on the board for North Country Hospital and was on boards for the Risk Management Association, the Risk Management Association Community Bank Council, the Federal Home Loan Bank Mortgage Partnership Finance National Advisory Council, the Vermont Chapter’s Risk Management Association and was a past instructor of the Northern New England Center for Financial Training. She resides in Concord.
Unlike a stock bank, the Merrimack is a mutual savings bank that operates for the benefit of their depositors, borrowers and surrounding communities. As a result, the Bank has remained steadfast in fostering the economic health and well-being of the community, prioritizing the values of accountability, mutuality, excellence, respect, integrity, teamwork and stewardship in all matters of business and service.