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We are in the final stages of completing a brand new website for Hometown Bank. Soon, when you log in to this website, you will find a terrific new look, with lots of convenient new features, including online account opening and direct login to your Hometown Online accounts from our home page. Stay tuned for more information about our launch date!

Michael Hewitt
President & CEO Michael D. Hewitt


Hometown Bank President and CEO Michael D. Hewitt has been appointed to the Bank’s board of directors, according to Board Chairman Jeanne L. Katrenak.

Mike joined the Bank in February, 2011 as senior vice president with more than 30 years of diverse experience in the commercial and retail banking industry. His first assignment was to oversee the merger of Athol-Clinton Cooperative Bank into Hometown Bank and conversion of its Athol and Lancaster branches into Hometown Bank branches.

In May, 2013 he was appointed president and chief executive officer.

Donna M. Daigle, Branch Manager
Cynthia Walker, Asst. Branch Mgr.

Hometown Bank President and CEO Michael D. Hewitt has announced the appointment of two local banking professionals to manage the Bank’s new office at 9 Sack Boulevard, Leominster, which is slated to open in mid-October.

Donna M. Daigle, of Lunenburg, has been appointed branch manager. Cynthia J. Walker has been appointed assistant branch manager. Click Here for the rest of the story.

Our Everyday Hometown Hero for August is Brookfield's Donna Lafleur

Donna Lafleur

Hometown Bank’s Everyday Hometown Hero for August has been a volunteer member of the Brookfield Fire Department for 21 years.

A familiar figure in the Town of Brookfield, Donna Lafleur has been involved with that town’s emergency medical service since 1977. She was Brookfield’s first paramedic and currently serves as chief of the ambulance service, an unpaid position.

A passionate advocate for the community’s medical service, Ms. Lafleur is credited with helping Brookfield become the first local community with paramedic level ambulance service and with earning state approval for advanced life support (ALS) status.

A donation of $100 has been made to Toys for Joy in Ms. Lafleur’s honor. You may correspond with them at P.O. Box 575, East Brookfield, MA 01515.

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Each month during 2014, our 125th Anniversary Year, we will select one individual to recognize as that month's Everyday Hometown Hero. Hometown Bank will present the honoree with a check in the amount of $100 and will make a $100 donation to the local, non-profit organization chosen by our honoree.

Our Everyday Hometown Hero may be anyone who is recognized by his or her community as indispensable because of the contributions they have made and continue to make. We are especially interested in identifying those individuals who work behind the scenes without much recognition, but who do so much in their own quiet way. Do you have someone in mind who you think should be recognized as an Everyday Hometown Hero?


NOTE: Clicking on this link will take you to a secure external web site called Survey Monkey. You will be leaving our website but Hometown Bank has provided the content for this nomination form.


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Michael P. Mahlert, Sr. VP Lending
Deanna L. Mills, VP Commercial Devt.
Paul Raffa, Commercial Lender
Christina DiRusso, Commercial Lender

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