2008 | Piscataqua Savings Bank

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Year: 2008

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ANNUAL REPORT 2008

The year 2008 presented a challenging environment including nothing less than a recessionary economy, dysfunctional credit markets, a collapse in consumer confidence, and major losses throughout the investment markets. In the midst of these conditions Piscataqua Savings Bank remained strong. The Bank benefited from its independent mutual form of ownership and its focus on serving local…

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4th Annual Spirit of Giving Campaign Launched at Piscataqua Savings Bank

November 13, 2008- Portsmouth, NH – Piscataqua Savings Bank in downtown Portsmouth has officially launched its annual “Spirit of Giving” campaign. For the fourth consecutive year the bank has provided drop boxes to collect donations for two important community service organizations: Families First Health and Support Center, and the Seacoast Family Food Pantry. According to Diane…

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Our Bank Sign is a Work of Local Art

After a hundred and thirty-one years in business, the Piscataqua Savings Bank has hoisted new signage on the face of our Pleasant Street building in downtown Portsmouth. But, true to our firm commitment to historic preservation and to maintaining the charm of downtown, this was a process undertaken with a great deal of thought and care….

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Movers & Shakers at Piscataqua Savings Bank

July 29, 2008 – Portsmouth, NH – Jay Gibson, President and CEO of Piscataqua Savings Bank has announced two promotions to the staff there. Kathy Donovan, CTFA, who began at the bank’s Trust & Investment Department in 2002 as a Trust Officer and was promoted to Assistant Vice President after receiving her diploma as a Certified Trust…

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