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Thomaston Savings Bank Opens a New Branch in Oakville

05/18/2016

Thomaston Savings Bank continues to grow as a community mutual savings bank and announces the opening of its eleventh branch in Oakville, CT. A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Reception were held on Tuesday, May 17 followed by the opening of the branch on Wednesday, May 18.  The Oakville branch of Thomaston Savings Bank is a full service branch equipped with experienced banking professionals and offers all the convenience and service of the bank’s existing branches. This new branch is located at 461 Main Street, a free-standing building located in the Oakville Plaza, and includes convenient hours, a drive thru, and 24-hour drive up ATM.

The bank is very excited about this expansion in the Watertown-Oakville community. “The Oakville area remains key to our continued dominance of the Watertown market area. We believe the addition of a branch in Oakville will serve to strengthen our presence by providing convenience to our customers,” said Stephen Lewis, CEO and President of Thomaston Savings Bank.

Members of Thomaston Savings Bank cut a blue ribbon to open the new Oakville branch.

In photo above from left to right: Senator Rob Kane; George Seabourne, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Thomaston Savings Bank; Jim Kaniewski, Thomaston Savings Bank Corporator/Building Committee; Jim Nichol, Executive Vice President, Thomaston Savings Bank; Stephen Lewis, President and CEO, Thomaston Savings Bank; Michael Dayton, Oakville Branch Manager; Lynn Ward, President and CEO, Waterbury Regional Chamber of Commerce; Robert Scannell, Town Manager; Joe Polletta (D), Watertown Town Council Member; and Tom Winn (R), Watertown Town Council Chairman. Standing off to the right are Oakville staff, Oumnia Rodriquez, and Antoinette DaRocha.