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Community Connections

Our Community

At Sugar River Bank, we firmly believe in being there for our community.   Whether overseas serving in our military or down the street-you are our neighbor and we are grateful to serve you.  Our employees generously donate their time and talent to support local organizations, events and charitable causes.

We are committed to making our communities better places to work and live whether its through our hard work ethic or financial contributions.  After over 100 years, were proud to say that Sugar River Bank is still locally owned and operated by dedicated people who live and work in the communities we serve. 

Joe Conway Elected to Serve as a Director of the CRDC Board

Sugar River Bank is pleased to announce Joe Conway, VP/Senior Commercial Lending Officer, has been elected to serve as a director on the Capital Regional Development Council board beginning in January, 2019.  The CRDC is a creative source for non-traditional financing for small business working capital, real estate acquisition, and equipment needs and is an SBA licensed lender. Congratulations Joe!

 

NH Housing Finance Authority

Recently, Sugar River Bank was recognized as one of NH Housing Finance Authority's top 10 lenders in the state! This is a great honor for us and we are pleased to be able to help people towards affordable homeownership in our communities.

Above Center:  Terri Crate, VP/Senior Retail Loan Officer and Mark Pitkin, President and CEO. 

Concord Coalition to End Homelessness

Sugar River Bank recently donated $1,800 to the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness.  The purpose of this donation is to help create awareness in the community about the work of the organization and its ongoing fundraising efforts.

Above:  Michael Leuchtenberger, CCEH Board (Chair), Colette Garside-Conway, Sugar River Bank Branch Manager, Ellen Groh CCEH ED and Joe Conway, VP Commercial Lending.

Helping Hurricane Harvey Victims

Sugar River Bank held a donation drive to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey.  Each location was a drop off point and the community donated so many needed items!  Some of the items included diapers, pet food, clothes, trash bags, paper towels, personal care items and non-perishable food.  Thank you to all those who were able to donate!

 

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