Stephen Lewis, President and CEO of Thomaston Savings Bank, announced two Officer Promotions within the Bank.
“Congratulations to both Matt and Josh! We are always thrilled to promote employees from within and these two men are most deserving. The Bank takes pride in investing in our culture to help our employees grow and achieve success both as an individual and within their teams.” – Stephen L. Lewis, President & CEO, Thomaston Savings Bank
Matthew Fazo, was promoted to Assistant Vice President, Project Officer
Matt started in 2013 as a teller and has since worked a variety of different positions throughout the Bank. He excelled in his role as Project Manager and will be expanding upon his project responsibilities in his new role. As Project Officer, he will ensure the continuity and efficacy of bank projects from start to finish through clear communication and guidance with all parties. He will be handling multiple projects and regularly managing unexpected changes and challenges. He is actively involved in the community participating in different volunteerism opportunities through various organizations including: the United Way of Greater Waterbury, Our Lady Mount Carmel School, Camp Moe, the Waterbury Regional Chamber and the Bristol Boys and Girls Club. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Information Systems from Eastern Connecticut State University and completed the Connecticut School of Finance and Management program sponsored by the Connecticut Bankers Association in 2018.
Josh Blanchette, was promoted to Facilities Management Officer
Josh joined the Bank in 2013 as the mail courier in the Facilities Department and has since performed highly in his previous role of Facilities Supervisor. He has extensive experience conducting maintenance reviews and is a skilled resource relied upon by all departments within the Bank. In his new role as Facilities Management Officer, he will take on more responsibilities overseeing maintenance and construction of the Bank’s facilities as well as managing the team, budget and repairs system. Josh attended Litchfield High school and was raised in Northfield, CT. He enjoys the outdoors and travels around New England competing in the NETRA and J Day Off Road Series in the A open class for dirt bike racing.