Putnam Bank President & CEO, Thomas A Borner Announces Promotions

IMG_0947bLeft to right: Clara Angelos, Barbara Rasmussen & Joyce McOsker.

Thomas A. Borner, President and CEO of Putnam Bank recently announced the following promotions. Mr. Borner commented, “We applaud them for their exemplary service to the bank, and their commitment to the communities we serve. They represent the best of community banking, and it is rewarding to be able to promote from within as our staff develops and grows along with the bank.”

Clara Angelos was promoted to Vice President and Commercial Credit Manager. She joined Putnam Bank as a Senior Credit Analyst in 2013 bringing over 27 years of banking experience and knowledge. She received her Associates Degree from Quinebaug Valley Community College (QVCC) in Business Management. Ms. Angelos has an extensive background in both credit and lending, as well as loan administration. She is very active with her Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Danielson and is also involved in various other local charities.

Joyce McOsker was promoted to AVP & Assistant Branch Administrator. An employee of Putnam Bank since 1998 she has vast experience in Branch Administration and Training. She is currently enrolled in the Center for Financial Training (CFT) Management Training Diploma. Ms. McOsker’s community involvement includes the Deary Memorial Cancer Fund (now the NECT Cancer Fund), Day Kimball Woman’s Board, Habitat for Humanity and other Putnam Bank sponsored events. She was the 2015 recipient of the Grammy Deary “Service Recognition” Award for her volunteerism for Day Kimball Healthcare and the Deary Memorial Race, Walk and Ride.

Barbara Rasmussen was promoted to Assistant Treasurer & Assistant Controller. She has been employed by Putnam Bank for almost 30 years. She has received an Associate’s Degree in General Studies and a Certificate in Supervision from QVCC, a General Banking Diploma from CFT and attended the CT School of Banking and Finance. Ms. Rasmussen is very involved with the Deary Memorial Cancer Fund (now the NECT Cancer Fund). She was the 2014 recipient of the Grammy Deary “Service Recognition” Award for her volunteerism for Day Kimball Healthcare and the Deary Memorial Race, Walk and Ride.

Putnam Bank has served eastern CT since 1862, is a state-chartered and FDIC insured institution, with assets, including the holding company of approximately $500 million dollars. Putnam Bank has branch offices in Putnam, Pomfret Center, Danielson, Plainfield, Griswold, Gales Ferry, and Norwich. It also operates a full-service loan center in Putnam. For more information call (800) 377-4424, or visit putnambank.com.