Camden National Bank has put together an executive management team, with President and CEO Greg Dufour naming five employees to executive vice president posts.
The executive team will report to Dufour and, in addition to leading their respective areas of the company, will be responsible for determining the strategic direction of Camden National.
“Each individual is a seasoned and experienced professional in his or her respective area as well as a proven leader who has contributed at a very high level to Camden National,” Dufour said in a Wednesday release. “The creation of an executive management team reflects the growth of Camden National, our strategy to focus our leadership resources on long-term growth, and the contribution these individuals have made to Camden National’s success.”
The new EVPs include:
Joanne Campbell, executive vice president of risk management, who has been with Camden National for 15 years and is in charge of risk management, information security, internal audit, compliance and regulatory relations.
Peter Greene, executive vice president of operations and technology, is the senior operations and technology officer at Camden National. He joined Union Trust in 1982 and Camden National in 2008 as a result of Camden National’s acquisition of that bank.
Deborah Jordan, executive vice president and chief financial officer, is responsible for oversight of financial and regulatory reporting, asset and liability management, investments, strategic planning and forecasting. Jordan joined Camden National in 2008 after serving 16 years as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Merrill Merchants Bank in Bangor.
Timothy Nightingale, executive vice president and senior lending officer, has been with the bank for 11 years. He is responsible for the commercial lending division, the loan production center and corporate services.
June Parent, executive vice president of retail banking, is Camden National’s senior retail banking officer. She oversees the bank’s retail branch network, mortgage and consumer loan origination, branch administration and branch security for the bank’s 38 branches across the state, and has been with Camden National for 24 years.
Lewiston-based Oxford Networks announced three new hires Wednesday.
Jon Bilodeau of Lisbon has been hired as IP engineer, and will be responsible for network evaluation, upgrade and expansion recommendations and new product offerings.
Donna Hinkley has been hired as business service coordinator working out of Oxford Networks’ Bangor office. Hinkley, of Howland, will be responsible for providing one-call question resolution for Oxford Networks’ business customers in the areas of account management, technical service and billing.
Cassey Dudley has been hired as a customer service representative-receptionist in Oxford Networks’ Norway office. Cassey, of Oxford, will be responsible for first-line customer interaction and distribution of customer service calls.