United Bank announces personnel changes throughout the Valley
WEST SPRINGFIELD – Richard B. Collins, president and CEO of United Bank, has announced three personal banker changes in the Springfield Region.
Personal Banker Teresa Parker has been promoted to mortgage originator. Formerly the personal banker for United's Longmeadow branch, she will carry out her new responsibilities at that same branch once the expansion is complete.
An Easthampton resident, Parker joined United as Longmeadow's personal banker in 2004 following 12 years with Bank of Western Massachusetts. She is active with Springfield School Volunteers.
Personal Banker Nicole Skelly will transfer from United's East Longmeadow branch to replace Parker in Longmeadow. She started with the bank in 2007 with seven years of prior experience at Berkshire Bank. Active in the Ludlow community where she resides, Skelly volunteers for St. Mary's Academy and serves as a baseball coach.
Deb Rainey, customer service representative in Westfield, has been promoted to personal banker, and will replace Skelly in East Longmeadow. Rainey has been with United Bank for almost 20 years, joining as a teller and promoted to customer service when United opened its second Westfield branch in 2007. She is a Ludlow resident.