Erin M. Daley, vice president/mortgage specialist at Haverhill Bank, was recently inducted as chairwoman of the board of the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce.
Daley, who is based out of the bank’s Salem, N.H., branch, has been an active member of the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce for more than 15 years and has served as a board member since 2011. The induction took place at the organization’s country western-themed annual dinner.
“I am very excited for the upcoming year as chairman of the board,” Daley said. “I have been on the board for six years and, during this time, I have seen the Salem Chamber and surrounding towns experience tremendous growth. It is a very exciting time for all of us who live, work and play in this area.”
Chamber President Donna Morris echoed the sentiment.
“A strong Chamber begins with ‘I.’ Involved members, impassioned staff and inspired leadership,” Morris said. “It also ends with ‘I’ in the form of businesses professionals asking ‘How can ‘I’ be a part of it?’ The Greater Salem Chamber is a member-driven organization, and we are very fortunate to have dedicated and talented people that help bring it to life. It was a pleasure to welcome Erin Daley as the 2017-2018 chairman of the board. ‘I’ am looking forward to a great year!”
As a volunteer at numerous organizations throughout the Salem, N.H. area, Daley also serves as chief volunteer emeritus of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Salem, chairwoman of the Salem Boys and Girls Club auction and is a member of the Granite State South Board of Realtors. She is a recipient of the Chairman’s Award by the Great Salem Chamber of Commerce and, during 2011, was named the Woman of the Year by the Salem Boys and Girls Club. She has also been recognized as the Volunteer of the Year by the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce and Affiliate of the Year by the Granite State South Board of Realtors. A Danville N.H. resident, she is married to James Daley and they have two children, Lilly and Jimmy.
A depositor-owned institution, Haverhill Bank was founded in 1877 and is the oldest cooperative bank in Massachusetts. The bank’s main office is at 180 Merrimack St. in Haverhill. Haverhill Bank also maintains offices at 163 South Main St., 1094 Main St., Haverhill High School and Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School in Haverhill; 6 West Main St., Merrimac, and 396 Main St., Salem, N.H.