Piscataqua Savings Bank Welcomes 6 New Corporators

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Piscataqua Savings Bank Welcomes 6 New Corporators

June 25, 2015 – Portsmouth, NH – Piscataqua Savings Bank recently announced the election of six new Corporators, as follows: Timothy J. Durkin, Richard D. Jenkinson, Terri L. Golter, Evan T. Mullen, Michael J. Murphy, and Alan M. Robinson.

The Board of Corporators is a representative group of Piscataqua Savings Bank’s customers and members of the Seacoast community. Chosen to uphold the Bank’s vision, this group is dedicated to helping individuals and families achieve their financial goals while supporting the communities in which we live and work. The newly elected Corporators include the following members:

Timothy J. Durkin is a Business Consultant with over 25 years of experience in finance, private equity and general management. He is accomplished in growing and managing companies in manufacturing industrial products, distribution, and business services, with cross border experience in Europe and China. Durkin currently lives in Rye with his wife, Liz and their family.

Richard D. Jenkinson is Senior Advisor for Government Relations and Public Affairs at Thermo Fisher Scientific. Before joining the company in 2003, he was Vice President of Public Relations at AT&T Broadband, where he had over 15 years of regional and national responsibilities. In his current role, Jenkinson provides government relations and public affairs consultation for Thermo Fisher’s business leaders globally. He and his wife, Vickie live in Portsmouth and are active hikers and skiers.

Terri L. Golter is a Real Estate Agent for RE/MAX By The Bay, Portsmouth, and has been a top-producing agent in the Seacoast area for over 30 years. A member of the New Castle Fire Rescue, she is currently an EMS Captain, as well as a CPR instructor. Born and raised in New Castle, Golter now lives there with husband, Tom and their family.

Evan T. Mullen is an Architectural Designer and Project Manager at Port One Architects in Portsmouth. A New Hampshire native, he is involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters of NH, where he is a founding member of the Young Philanthropists for Mentoring Board. Mullen currently lives in Portsmouth with his wife, Jenny where he enjoys working on their 200 year-old home.

Michael J. Murphy is a CPA/Shareholder for Murphy, Powers and Wilson Certified Public Accountants, P.C. His active role in the community is demonstrated through titles such as: New Hampshire High School Football Official, Trustee of the City of Dover Trust Funds, Treasurer of the Joan G. Lovering Health Center, Treasurer of the New Hampshire Society for the Protection of Cruelty to Animals (NHSPCA), Treasurer of Rain for the Sahel and Sahara in Portsmouth, and member of the Board of Directors at Dover Children’s Home. Murphy currently lives in Dover with his wife, Mary.

Alan M. Robinson is Strategic Planning Manager at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. Born in Portsmouth, Robinson earned a BS in Physics at the University of New Hampshire, and has held positions in the Shipyard’s Nuclear Engineering and Planning Department, Public Affairs Office, and Business and Strategic Planning Office. Currently, Robinson is involved in long-range strategic planning and technology transfer at the Shipyard. He lives in Kittery with his wife, Melissa and their family.

Piscataqua Savings Bank is among the highest capitalized banks in the state. The only mutual bank based in Portsmouth today, Piscataqua Savings Bank has been a cornerstone of the Portsmouth community since 1877. Information is available at www.piscataqua.com.

Rick Wallis, President/CEO
Piscataqua Savings Bank