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Patrick G. Waters of Abington Bank Elected to South Shore Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

Abington, Massachusetts, January 3, 2020 – Patrick G. Waters, senior executive officer at Abington Bank, was recently elected to the Board of Directors at the South Shore Chamber of Commerce.   Before Abington Bank merged with Holbrook Cooperative in 2017, Waters was the president and CEO of Holbrook Cooperative. Waters joined Holbrook Cooperative in 2010 as senior vice president of Special Assets, BSA, and Compliance. In 2013, Waters became the senior vice president, senior loan officer, and in 2015, became the senior vice president, general counsel and risk officer. After being president and CEO of Holbrook Cooperative from 2016 to 2017, Waters became the senior executive officer at Abington Bank after the merger was complete.

Waters obtained his bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Politics from Lake Forest College and a juris doctor degree from New England Law in Boston.

For over 115 years, the South Shore Chamber has been an organization led by and advocating for business across the South Shore region of 25 communities. “I am truly thankful for having the opportunity to join the South Shore Chamber of Commerce, and I look forward to working with the chamber’s dynamic leadership team and other board members,” said Waters.

The South Shore Chamber has over 100 events and professional development programs a year, 25 volunteer groups, six affiliated local chambers and business councils, a South Shore young professionals group, and a total of 61 business partners.

Waters’ three‐year term with the chamber will start on December 31, 2019.

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.

Pictured: Patrick G. Waters, Senior Executive Officer at Abington Bank.

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