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Bangor Savings Bank to open state-of-the-art branch in York

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BANGOR, Maine — Bangor Savings Bank will relocate its current York branch on Moulton Lane to a larger, full-service, energy efficient branch at 460 U.S. Route 1 in York in 2014. The new branch will provide customers with increased convenience and service, along with the latest in personal and business banking technology.

President and CEO Jim Conlon commented on the bank’s decision to relocate its York Branch in a press release, “Since coming to York County in 2007, we have received overwhelming support from the community. The time is right and we are eager to make the additional investment in the region to better serve our valued customers. The local team, led by Vice President and Branch Manager Barbara Conda, will continue to provide the personal service and commitment to excellence our customers have come to known.” 

The bank will add two positions when the new branch opens in early Summer 2014. The existing branch will remain open until that time.

Bangor Savings Bank, with more than $2.9 billion in assets, offers retail banking and investment management services to Maine consumers as well as comprehensive commercial, corporate, investment, payroll administration,merchant services, insurance, and small business banking services to Maine businesses and organizations. The Bank, founded in 1852, is in its 161st year of service to the people of Maine, with 57 branches and on the Web at 

The Bangor Savings Bank Foundation was created in 1997. Together the Bank and its Foundation invest more than a million dollars per year into the community in the form of nonprofit sponsorships, grants and partnership initiatives. Bangor Savings Bank ranked “Highest for Customer Satisfaction with Retail Banking in New England Region” for 2013 by J.D. Power and Associates, a national market research company. The study is considered the most in-depth assessment of the retail banking industry. Visit