June 6, 2018 – Portsmouth, NH — Piscataqua Savings Bank recently announced the election of three new corporators and a new trustee for their upcoming fiscal year at the Annual Meeting of the Corporation.
The new corporators are Penelope (Phelps) Craig, owner of BRGR Bar from Rye, NH; David J. (D.J.) Haskins, Director of Strategy at Vital Design from Greenland, NH; and Paula Wellde, Clinical Nurse Educator at Eliot Hospital from Rye, NH.
They will join the Board of Corporators as a representative group of Piscataqua Savings Bank’s customers and members of the Portsmouth community. They’re chosen to uphold the Bank’s mission of helping individuals and families achieve their financial goals while supporting the communities in the Seacoast area.
Joining the Trustees for the upcoming fiscal year is Alan Robinson of Kittery, ME. Robinson retired from the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard as a Strategic Planning Manager. He is a member of the St. John’s Masonic Lodge of Portsmouth and the Mechanic Fire Society, and serves on the Board of Wentworth Senior Living. Robinson lives with his wife Melissa and they have two sons, Matthew and Peter.
“Alan’s strategic planning experience, as well as being a representative from Maine, will make him a valued addition to the Board of Trustees,” said President and CEO, Richard Wallis.
“We’re proud to have our new corporators and trustee representing us,” said Wallis.
Piscataqua Savings Bank is among the highest capitalized banks in the state. The only mutual savings bank based in Portsmouth today, Piscataqua Savings Bank is dedicated to serving local individuals and families and has been a cornerstone of the Portsmouth community since 1877. More information is available at www.piscataqua.com.
Rick Wallis, President/CEO
Piscataqua Savings Bank