Georgetown Bank (the “Bank”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Georgetown Bancorp, Inc. (the “Company”) (OTCBB: GTWN), is pleased to announce the recent expansion of its Mortgage Origination team with the addition of two Senior Loan Officers, Mr. David J. Rufo and Ms. Catherine M. Long. In their new roles at the Bank, Mr. Rufo and Ms. Long will be able to introduce Georgetown Bank’s high standards of customer service and wide range of loan products to an expanded geography of clients.
Mr. Rufo, a native of Woburn, MA and a graduate of UMass Amherst, has been successful in many mortgage and banking roles in the Boston area, most recently as a Senior Loan Officer at JPMorgan Chase. He will be expanding our customer base by marketing in the Woburn/Winchester area and beyond.
Ms. Long, a native of Natick, MA, comes to Georgetown Bank from the residential mortgage team at JP Morgan Chase as well and will be marketing primarily in the Metro-West area, expanding her already strong customer following in the greater Boston area.
Mr. Robert E. Balletto, President and CEO of Georgetown Bank stated, “I am extremely pleased to announce the addition of David Rufo and Catherine Long to our team. With their extensive background in mortgage banking and their deep commitment to serving their customers, they will both be exceptional resources for the Bank and our customers.”
About Georgetown Bancorp, Inc.
Georgetown Bancorp, Inc. is the holding company for Georgetown Savings Bank. Georgetown Savings Bank, with branch offices in Georgetown, North Andover and Rowley, Massachusetts, is committed to making a positive difference in the communities we serve. We strive to deliver exceptional personal service at all times and to help each of our customers achieve their unique financial goals through a competitive array of commercial and consumer banking services. To learn more about Georgetown Savings Bank, visit www.georgetownbank.com or call 978-352-8600.
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