June 10, 2013 – Portsmouth, NH – Piscataqua Savings Bank recently announced the election of eight new Corporators for the upcoming fiscal year. As Portsmouth’s only mutually owned bank, Piscataqua Savings has long maintained its mission as a community institution dedicated to helping area residents achieve their long-term goals. With this vision in mind, new members of the Board of Corporators are chosen to be representative of the Bank’s customers and the community at large. The newly elected Corporators are as follows:
Victoria Auger is an entrepreneur who has managed and owned a variety of businesses. Currently, she is creating an online business while co-owning her family’s business, Auger Building Company, Inc. She and her family live in Greenland, NH.
Timothy Barnhorst is Assistant Vice President at Willis MountainGuard Insurance. Prior to Willis, Tim was General Manager of Strolz Ski Boots North America and has skied all over the world. He lives in Rye with his family.
Penelope “Penny” Brewster owns Ceres Bakery in Portsmouth. She started the business in 1980 on Ceres Street until moving to its current location on Penhallow Street. Ceres is well known for its home cooked meals and wide variety of baked goods, much of which Penny crafts herself. She lives in York with her husband.
Diane Giese served on the Board of Seacoast Family Food Pantry before stepping into the role as its Executive Director in 2008. Prior to her current position she served as Grants and Business Manager for Sexual Assault Support Services. Diane is a resident of Portsmouth.
Dexter Legg was appointed Chief of Staff to the CEO at Liberty Mutual Holding Company in 1998 and then elected to serve as Vice President and Corporate Secretary in 2000. His career with Liberty Mutual spans over 35 years and he has served on numerous community boards and organizations including being a member of the Portsmouth School Board. He lives in Portsmouth with his wife.
Jeffrey Mountjoy is currently co-owner of Olde Port Properties in Portsmouth and has consistently ranked in the top of 25 Realtors in NH since transitioning his career to real estate in 2000. He serves on The Music Hall board. He lives in Portsmouth with his wife and children.
John Sacramone is a Master Electrician who was born and raised in Portsmouth. He has been operating Sacramone Electric since 1996. John resides in Greenland with his wife and two children.
Beth Simpson owns Rolling Green Nursery with her husband Rick who began the business as a landscape construction company in 1976. Beth serves on the board of the Wentworth Coolidge Commission. She lives in Greenland with her family.
The only mutual bank based in Portsmouth today, Piscataqua Savings is dedicated to serving local individuals and families and has been a cornerstone of the Portsmouth community since 1877.
Rick Wallis, President/CEO