New Chair, Officers and Directors Elected at Annual Meeting

 June 22, 2022


The New Hampshire Bankers Association (NH Bankers) elected Officers and Directors for the coming fiscal year during its Annual Meeting held on June 17, 2022. The meeting was well attended, with over 100 members of the New Hampshire Banking industry featuring Governor Sununu as the keynote speaker.

Kristy Merrill, President of NH Bankers said, “I am deeply grateful to our Chair, Reggie Greene, and our board for their support and leadership during the past year.  With their steady guidance we were able to effectively advocate to help defeat the proposal for bankers to report to the IRS on customers with transactions over $10,000 and the proposal of a State Bank to hold cannabis proceeds from the State. Working closely with our board, we also hosted our first industry-wide Month of Service and continue to serve as a key resource  for all our bank members on issues ranging from regulatory developments to helping attract talent to the industry.” 

NH Banker members voted to extend the board size from 8 to 10 directors and elect Ron Magoon, President/CEO, Franklin Savings Bank, as Chair of the Board for the coming year. Mr. Magoon, who previously served as Vice-Chair, is succeeding Reggie Greene, President & CEO, Claremont Savings Bank. NH Bankers welcomes Joan Gile, President & CEO, Piscataqua Savings Bank, and G. Frank Teas, President & CEO, Millyard Bank to their first 2-year terms.  

Chair: Ron Magoon, President & CEO, Franklin Savings Bank
Vice Chair: Linda Lorden, President, Merrimack County Savings Bank
Treasurer: Jack Clancy, CEO, Enterprise Bank
Secretary: Jim Brannen, President & CEO, First Seacoast Bank

Directors:
Gary Barr, Market President, TD Bank
Joan Gile, President & CEO, Piscataqua Savings Bank 
Reggie Greene, President & CEO, Claremont Savings Bank 
Chris Logan, President & CEO, Bank of New Hampshire
Ken Sheldon, President, Bank of America
G. Frank Teas, President & CEO, Millyard Bank

Governor Sununu spoke about the State’s successes and our strong position moving into a period of rising interest rates, supply and labor challenges. He updated bankers on what to expect about cryptocurrency and the State’s efforts to address the housing shortage. Attendees also heard from several speakers including Rob Dapice, CEO of New Hampshire Housing, who provided a State of Housing update and an Economic presentation by Jeffrey Thompson from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. 


2022-2023 NH Bankers Board Members
Top Row L-R: Gary Barr, Market President-NH, TD Bank; G. Frank Teas, President/CEO, Millyard Bank; Ron Magoon, President/CEO, Franklin Savings Bank; Ken Sheldon, NH State President, Bank of America
Bottom Row L-R: Kristy Merrill, President, NH Bankers Association; Jack Clancy, CEO, Enterprise Bank; Linda Lorden, President, Merrimack County Savings Bank; Reggie Greene, President/CEO, Claremont Savings Bank; Jim Brannen, President/CEO, First Seacoast Bank
Not pictured: Chris Logan, President/CEO, Bank of New Hampshire and Joan Gile, President/CEO, Piscataqua Savings Bank