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September Promotions and Appointments

Hometown Bank has announced the following promotions and appointments, according to Vice President of Human Resources Norma Collins:

Veronica Hopkins has been promoted to loan servicing supervisor at the Oxford Operations Center, where she was previously a loan administrator. In her new position, Ms. Hopkins will oversee the day to day operations of the Bank’s mortgage and consumer loan administration. A resident of Webster, a graduate of Bay Path Regional High School and a 22-year employee of Hometown Bank, Ms. Hopkins is treasurer for the St. Anne School Association and parent coordinator for the St. Anne Sports Program.

Alexandra Likes has been promoted to customer service representative for the Webster Office at 4 Gore Road, where she was previously assistant head teller. In her new position, Alexandra will help customers open new accounts, provide information on deposit accounts, respond to customer inquiries and assist with problem resolution. She is a graduate of Shepherd Hill Regional High School and attended Bridgewater State University. A resident of Dudley, Ms. Likes has been an employee of Hometown Bank since 2013.

Kayla Konicki has been promoted to assistant head teller at the Webster Convenience Center where she was previously a teller. In her new position, she will assist in overseeing daily operations, perform vault and ATM transactions and be a resource for other staff members. A resident of Charlton and a 2007 graduate of Shepherd Hill High School, Ms. Konicki was a volunteer for the Town of Webster’s 2015 Earth Day celebration. She has been a Hometown Bank employee since 2013.

Tina Swift has been appointed loan processor/underwriter at the Oxford Operations Center. She was previously a loan processor for The Citizens National Bank in Putnam, CT. In her new position, she will review loan applications, review and process loans to assure compliance with government regulations, investor guidelines and Bank policies. A resident of Putnam, she graduated from Bartlett High School, holds an associates degree from Worcester Junior College in computer and information systems and is presently studying business administration at Nichols College in Dudley. A 10-year veteran Girl Scout Leader, Ms. Swift has been active in numerous community activities, including the QVCC Foundation Spelling Bee, Relay for Life, Bark for Life, Rotaract’s Trivia Night and Cruisin’ for Cancer.