BANGOR, Maine — Scott A. Oxley and Vincent P. Veroneau have been elected as directors of Bangor Savings Bank. They both also were elected trustees of Bangor Bancorp, MHC, and directors of the Bangor Savings Bank Foundation during the bank’s board meeting held April 23.
Oxley is senior vice president of support services for Affiliated Healthcare Systems in Bangor, overseeing many of the company’s departments and providing leadership and guidance to the organization’s growth strategies. Recently Oxley served as interim treasurer and chief financial officer at Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems. He also served as vice president and chief accounting officer for EMHS. He has a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Husson and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Maine.
Veroneau is president and chief executive officer of J.B. Brown & Sons, one of the largest real estate owners in the greater Portland region. He has been involved in commercial real estate development, asset management and marketing since 1987. Prior to his association with J.B. Brown, Veroneau was a partner at North Atlantic Commercial Brokers in Portland. He holds a BS in finance from the University of San Francisco, an MBA from the University of Southern Maine and a J.D. from the University of Maine Law School.
Bangor Savings Bank, founded in 1852, has more than $2.6 billion in assets. It offers retail banking and investment management services to Maine consumers as well as comprehensive commercial, corporate, payroll administration, insurance and small-business banking services to Maine businesses, according to a press release. It has 56 branches.