Bristol County Savings Bank to open 3rd New Bedford office

BRISTOL COUNTY SAVINGS BANK officials and New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell participate in the ceremonial groundbreaking of the bank's third New Bedford branch, offices of which will be located in the Candleworks building (background). Pictured, from left, are: Michael Patacao, vice president/commercial lending; Len Sullivan, first executive vice president and senior loan officer; Pete Selley, senior vice president/commercial lending; Patrick J. Murray Jr., president and CEO; Mitchell; Dennis Kelly, chairman of the board; Nancy Cabral, branch manager; and David Medeiros, vice president, regional banking officer. /COURTESY BRISTOL COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
BRISTOL COUNTY SAVINGS BANK officials and New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell participate in the ceremonial groundbreaking of the bank's third New Bedford branch, offices of which will be located in the Candleworks building (background). Pictured, from left, are: Michael Patacao, vice president/commercial lending; Len Sullivan, first executive vice president and senior loan officer; Pete Selley, senior vice president/commercial lending; Patrick J. Murray Jr., president and CEO; Mitchell; Dennis Kelly, chairman of the board; Nancy Cabral, branch manager; and David Medeiros, vice president, regional banking officer. /COURTESY BRISTOL COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
NEW BEDFORD – Bristol County Savings Bank last week announced plans to open its third office in New Bedford. The new banking space would include first-floor retail services, second-floor loan offices and other amenities, according to an announcement. “Our commitment to New Bedford continues to grow,” said Patrick J. Murray Jr., president and CEO. “We…

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