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Bank Announces Promotions – Commercial Lending and Board Secretary

Donald E. Gibson, President & CEO of the Bank of Greene County, announced two promotions within the Bank.  Donald Gibson stated: “Due to the continued growth and success of the Bank, it is my pleasure to announce we have promoted two dedicated employees to positions of increased responsibility.”

Justin Goldman has been promoted to Commercial Lending and Business Development Officer.  Justin has been with the Bank for five years, and held positions of increased responsibility in both the Branch network and Lending area, as well as completing the Bank’s Management Training Program.  He has a Bachelor’s degree from Colgate University, and lending certificates from the Center for Financial Training.  He also completed a fellowship with the Good Work Institute.  Justin serves on the Board of the Columbia County Habitat for Humanity, O+ Festival, and Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce.  He lives in Hudson, and is very involved in the local community.

Anne Carlisle has been promoted to Administrative Associate and Board Secretary.  Anne has been with the Bank for one year, and was most recently an Assistant Branch Manager for the Bank’s Columbia County branches.  She brings a wealth of banking experience to her new position.  She has a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from SUNY Albany, and is a member of The Kinderhook Ladies Auxiliary.  Anne lives in Kinderhook.

Headquartered in Catskill, New York, the Bank of Greene County is the only locally based Bank with offices in Ulster, Greene, Columbia and Albany Counties and has proudly served the Hudson Valley and Capital District for over 130 years.

Promotions - Justin Goldman and Anne Carlisle

Don Gibson, President and CEO; Perry Lasher, SVP and Director of Commercial Lending; Anne Carlisle, Administrative Associate and Board Secretary; Sean DuBois, VP, Southern Region Executive & Commercial Lender; and Justin Goldman, Commercial Lending and Business Development Officer.

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