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Haverhill Bank recently promoted four staff to management positions.

Duncan O. Clark of Salisbury was promoted to vice president, retail branch administrator; Marcos C. Melo of Haverhill to branch manager at the bank’s Salem, N.H., branch; Ana P. Gonzalez of Haverhill to branch manager at the bank’s main office in downtown Haverhill; and Alison M. Barker of Atkinson, N.H., to branch manager of the Merrimac branch.

“I’m pleased at the array of highly talented professionals that have chosen Haverhill Bank to grow their careers,” said Haverhill Bank President and CEO Thomas L. Mortimer. “Each delivers experience and a commitment to quality that benefit the bank’s diverse customer base,” he added.

As vice president, retail branch administrator, Clark is responsible for managing the overall operations and customer service functions of the bank’s eight branches. He has been with Haverhill Bank for five years and brings 19 years of retail banking and branch management experience. Prior to joining Haverhill Bank, he served as assistant branch manager at Bank of America and vice president, business development and sales manager, at TD Bank. A Maine native, Clark has worked in the Greater Haverhill area for nearly nine years and currently serves as vice chairman of Creative Haverhill, Inc.  

Melo has been with Haverhill Bank for five years, previously serving as assistant branch manager at the bank’s Bradford and West Newbury offices. Melo has more than 18 years banking experience and studied banking at New England College of Business and Finance. He is involved in the Haverhill community, serving as coach for the city’s youth soccer and basketball programs and participating in Haverhill Bank’s Credit for Life Fair and other youth financial education programs.

As branch manager of the bank’s main office, Gonzalez is responsible for branch personnel and directs daily operations to provide a high level of financial services to the bank’s customers. She has been with Haverhill Bank for 16 years—the last five years as Merrimac’s branch manager. Gonzalez, a Haverhill native, graduated from Haverhill High School in 1999 before beginning her employment at Northeast Community Credit Union (now Haverhill Bank). Gonzalez is an active member of the Haverhill and Merrimack Valley Chambers and is a volunteer chaplain with the Second Spanish Church Assembly of God.

 Barker has more than 17 years banking experience and has been with Haverhill Bank for two years. Prior to her promotion, she served as universal banker and assistant branch manager at the bank’s Rosemont Street office. Barker donates her time to various organizations through the bank’s Activities Committee and by volunteering at community events such as the VFW Post 29 and Merrimac Santa Parades. A graduate of Winnacunnet High School, she now resides in Atkinson, N.H.

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, Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School, 6 West Main St., Merrimac, and 396 Main St., Salem, N.H.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.

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