FSB Awards $14,000 in Scholarships to High School Graduates

July 5, 2016

Franklin Savings Bank awarded $14,000 in scholarships to 22 high school graduates from eight area high schools, including Belmont High School, Bishop Brady High School, Franklin High School, Gilford High School, Laconia High School, Merrimack Valley High School, Newfound Regional High School and Winnisquam Regional High School. The awards were presented through the FSB Scholarship Fund.

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FSB Commemorates World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

June 14, 2016

In recognition of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15th, FSB is joining the American Bankers Association and a consortium of other banks across the country in combating financial abuse of older Americans. A recent study conducted by MetLife estimated that older adults lose $2.9 billion each year to fraud.

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FSB Receives Silver Award for 2015 Annual Report

June 14, 2016

Franklin Savings Bank was recently honored with a Silver Award for its 2015 Annual Report at the Financial Marketing Awards Gala, which was held in Newport, RI. The awards recognize excellence in marketing from banks, credit unions and mortgage lenders across the country.

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FSB Taps Randy Miller as Regional Mgr. & Promotes Rachel Marland to Asst. Branch Mgr.

June 7, 2016

Ron Magoon, President & COO of Franklin Savings Bank, announced some key changes to the bank’s retail management team. Randy Miller joined the bank as Regional Manager of the Gilford and Laconia offices and Rachel Marland was promoted to Assistant Branch Manager of the Laconia office.

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SmileSquad Delivers Roses to the Elderly in Partnership with Belknap-Merrimack County CAP

May 10, 2016

Members of SmileSquad, a community caring program comprised of volunteer employees from Franklin Savings Bank, joined the Belknap-Merrimack County Community Action Program to deliver roses to Meals on Wheels recipients on Friday, May 6th in the following towns: Andover, Danbury, Franklin, Hill, Northfield, Salisbury, Sanbornton and Tilton.

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FSB Appoints Brian Bozak as SVP, CFO & Treasurer

May 6, 2016

Franklin Savings Bank President & COO Ron Magoon announced that the Bank has hired Brian Bozak to fill the role of SVP, Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer. In his role, Bozak will primarily be responsible for investment portfolio management, financial reporting and analysis, budgeting, asset/liability management and internal control.

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Local Non-Profit Organizations Receive $21,000 in Grants from FSB

March 28, 2016

Ron Magoon, President & COO of Franklin Savings Bank, announced today the bank awarded $21,000 in grants to seven community organizations through the FSB Fund for Community Advancement. This represents the 37th grant period for the Fund, which has awarded 175 awards in excess of $855,000 since its inception in 1997.

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FSB Honors Three Employees with Vision Award

March 7, 2016

Franklin Savings Bank recognized three employees for their commitment to going ‘above and beyond’ in their respective roles to earn its customers’ business. This year’s recipients of a Vision Award are Leisha Havey, Kathleen Glover and Anna Offen.

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FSB Presents $30,000 Grant to PermaCityLife

February 8, 2016

Franklin Savings Bank presented PermaCityLife with a $30,000 donation to support their efforts to revitalize Franklin’s historic downtown corridor. The group recently acquired seven buildings, all located along the Main Street of Franklin. PermaCityLife is working with a number of potential tenants who are excited to bring their business to Franklin and be a part of the redevelopment of this great mill city.

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FSB Recognizes 13 Employees for their Years of Service

January 1, 2016

Jeffery B. Savage, CEO, announced today that two new Corporators were elected at its Annual Meeting of Corporators to Franklin Bancorp, MHC, a mutual holding company and parent corporation of Franklin Savings Bank. Also during the event, 13 employees were recognized for a collective 135 years of service and commitment with Franklin Savings Bank.

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