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Haverhill Bank is one of the first banks to participate in the Small Business Banking Partnership with the Massachusetts state treasurer’s office. This program provides a source of funding for small business loans that create new jobs and enhance economic development in the community.

As of June 30, 2016, Haverhill Bank has granted 104 loans to 56 borrowers totaling $17,765,070.96.

Small Business Banking Group wearing construction helmet and holding tools

Among those participating in the recent groundbreaking and construction ceremonies for Haverhill Bank’s new West Newbury branch were, from left, Beverly Donovan, Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce; Loren Dubois, Maple Leaf Construction; Selectman Glenn A. Kemper; state Representative Lenny Mirra; Robert Masys, RAM Engineering; Sherry Temple Pruyn, Haverhill bank mortgage originator; Haverhill Bank Chairman of the Board Thomas R. Faulkner; William Francoeur, Maple Leaf Construction; Haverhill bank President and CEO Thomas L. Mortimer; Brian Murphey and Ann Bardeen, West Newbury Planning Board members; Brian Morisseau, MEG Companies; and Stacey L. Bruzzese, Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce.

Small Business Banking Group wearing construction helmet and holding tools

Among those participating in the recent groundbreaking and construction ceremonies for Haverhill Bank’s new West Newbury branch were, from left, Joseph J. Bevilacqua, Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce; Loren Dubois, Maple Leaf Construction; Selectman Glenn A. Kemper; state Representative Lenny Mirra; Robert Masys, RAM Engineering; Sherry Temple Pruyn, Haverhill bank mortgage originator; Haverhill bank President and CEO Thomas L. Mortimer; William Francoeur, Maple Leaf Construction; Haverhill Bank Chairman of the Board Thomas R. Faulkner; Brian Murphey and Ann Bardeen, West Newbury Planning Board members; Brian Morisseau, MEG Companies; and Michael Bevilacqua, Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce.

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