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  • Suzanne Panagopoulos. (Courtesy Rollstone Bank & Trust)

    Suzanne Panagopoulos. (Courtesy Rollstone Bank & Trust)

  • Christopher Connors. (Courtesy Rollstone Bank & Trust)

    Christopher Connors. (Courtesy Rollstone Bank & Trust)

  • Robert Courtemanche. (Courtesy Rollstone Bank & Trust)

    Robert Courtemanche. (Courtesy Rollstone Bank & Trust)

  • Peter St. George. (Courtesy Rollstone Bank & Trust)

    Peter St. George. (Courtesy Rollstone Bank & Trust)

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FITCHBURG — Four employees have been promoted across the organization at Rollstone Bank & Trust, the bank announced Friday.

Suzanne Panagopoulos has been promoted to chief compliance officer after starting with Rollstone Bank & Trust in 2017 in the retail division. Panagopoulos has more than 20 years of experience in the financial services industry and holds CAMS (Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist) and CCBCO (Certified Community Bank Compliance Officer) certifications. She is the first person to hold this position at the bank.

Christopher Connors has been promoted to vice president — relationship banking officer. He has been an employee at Rollstone Bank & Trust for four years, working in the retail division and as a mortgage originator. Connors has more than 25 years of industry experience, with a focus on business development.

Robert Courtemanche has been promoted to vice president — loan servicing officer. Courtemanche has been an employee at Rollstone Bank & Trust since 2011. Before moving to oversee the loan servicing department, Courtemanche held roles in the retail and credit departments.

Peter St. George has been promoted to trust investment officer. He has been with Rollstone Bank & Trust for more than 11 years and began his career in the financial services industry in 2008. In addition, St. George received his life underwriter training council fellow designation, and holds licenses for series 6, 63 and 65.

“Each of these individuals have been significant contributors to our growth and achievement as well as our service to our customers and the community,” said Martin Connors Jr., president and CEO of Rollstone Bank & Trust. “We’re fortunate to have them a part of our organization and look forward to their continued success at Rollstone.”

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