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Thomaston Savings Bank
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150 Years of Community-Centric Banking

Dear Valued Clients and Community Members,

I am thrilled to share a momentous milestone with you as we celebrate Thomaston Savings Bank's 150th anniversary. This significant occasion is not just a reflection of our rich history but, also a testament to our enduring commitment to excellence.

From our humble beginnings, our mission remains focused on you – to empower our clients for financial success. As we commemorate this milestone, we reaffirm our dedication to being a catalyst for your financial well-being, providing the tools and support needed to achieve your goals.

Stephen Lewis Heashot
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We’re Not Just In Your Community; We’re Part of It

150 Years of Mutuality

As we celebrate 150 years, join us as we look back on our history. In this video, hear from George Seabourne, Corporator and former Chairman of the Board, as he discusses Thomaston Savings Bank’s unwavering commitment to mutuality.

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Committed to Local Growth

Refreshingly Different From the Start

As a key part of our community since 1874, Thomaston Savings Bank has always done things a little bit differently, remaining steadfast and independent in an ever-changing financial landscape. Thomaston Savings Bank is more than just a financial institution; it’s an integral part of the community, deeply rooted in its history and committed to its growth. We’ve been here as long as anyone can remember, truly knowing our community inside and out. We’re not here for clever sales pitches or marketing messages; we’re here to share our expertise, help our neighbors thrive, and ensure that future generations have access to the same strong financial foundation we’ve built.

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Meet Our Past Presidents: Our Future is Brighter Because of the Strength of Our History

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Miles Morse

1874-1886

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Israel B. Woodward

1886-1892

John H. Wood Headshot

John H. Wood

1892–1909

Frank W. Etheridge Headshot

Frank W. Etheridge

1909–1914

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A Community Bank Rooted in History

Thomaston Savings Bank’s story began in 1874, when a group of community members gathered to establish a bank that would serve the needs of the people of Thomaston, Connecticut. It is now one of the strongest financial institutions in the state. And, as a local bank, our goals are rooted in the success of this community.

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1874

September 21

Thomaston Savings Bank opened on the corner of Elm and River Street.

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1874

September

David Merriam made the first deposit.

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1928

July

Luther J. Potter, assistant treasurer of Thomaston Savings Bank was named Secretary and Treasurer of the newly organized Terryville Trust Co.

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1939

April

After purchasing the property in October of 1936, excavation for the new Thomaston Savings Bank begins on the site of the old Thomas House.

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1939

December

The branch moved to the 140 Main Street building.

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1948

October

Dr. Robert Hazen was elected president of Thomaston Savings Bank for his 21st consecutive term.

Thomaston Savings Bank

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