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Abington Bank Promotes Nicole Smith and Marlena Wall to Vice President

Abington, Massachusetts, January 7, 2020 — Andrew J. Raczka, president and CEO of Abington Bank, announced the promotion of Nicole Smith to vice president/compliance officer and Marlena Wall to vice president/credit officer.

Prior to joining Abington Bank in 2006, Smith was the assistant treasurer and lending officer at Meetinghouse Bank, which was later acquired by East Boston Savings Bank. Since joining Abington Bank, Smith has held numerous positions in the lending and regulatory areas, including loan underwriter/processor, loan origination specialist, and assistant vice president/compliance officer. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Hartford and attended the American Bankers Association Compliance School. She is a member of the Massachusetts Bankers’ Legal and Regulatory Compliance Committee and the Eastern Massachusetts Compliance Network.

Wall joined Abington Bank in 2010 and was promoted to assistant vice president/credit analyst in 2016. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, and a master’s degree in Business from Curry College. She also attended the School of Commercial Lending sponsored by the Massachusetts Bankers Association.

About Abington Bank:

Founded in 1888, Abington Bank is headquartered in Abington, Massachusetts, and operates six branches in Abington, Avon, Cohasset, Holbrook, and Marion. Abington Bank supports the community through a variety of sponsorship programs. For more information, please visit AbingtonBank.com.   Abington Bank is a member of the Hometown Financial Group, a $3 billion mutual multi‐bank holding company headquartered in Easthampton, Massachusetts, and the parent company of bankESB, bankHometown, and Abington Bank. For more information visit bankHFG.com.

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