Comments for: CEO of Bar Harbor Bank & Trust steps aside for ‘new generation of leadership’

Posted Nov. 27, 2012, at 12:32 p.m.

BAR HARBOR | Joseph Murphy has announced his plans to retire as CEO of Bar Harbor Bankshares, parent company of Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, after a decade at the bank’s helm. Murphy, who has served as CEO since 2002, will step down in June 2013, leaving the company …

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  • Anonymous

    TARP receiver.

    • 1happyguy2

      That doesnt mean much now.

  • 1happyguy2

    In general, I question the wisdom of allowing a retired CEO to then serve as a director. This might hamper the efforts of the new CEO, and perhaps sends the wrong message to employees and depositors. Perhaps there may be ongoing work to be finished, but retirement should be just that.

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