Johnson honored for 30 years

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MANCHESTER — The Manchester branch manager of The Bank of Bennington recently celebrated a special anniversary.

Carol Johnson, who joined the bank in 1983, is one of two employees who recently marked their 30th anniversary with the bank.

Mary Callahan, a senior vice president with the bank, was honored along with Johnson at an event celebrating the accomplishment.

"We are proud of the average longevity of our employees — 10 years. Mary and Carol take that to new heights by achieving this 30-year mark," bank president Jim Brown said at the event, according to a news release.

"They are both exceptional at their jobs and exemplify a sense of professionalism that we encourage in everyone who works here."

Johnson started working as apart-time teller in 1987 at the original Manchester office of The Bank of Bennington on Route 7A, when it was still Bennington Coop Savings and Loan.

She next became a full-time teller and subsequently was promoted to customer service representative, and then to branch manager.

She has taken management courses, along with numerous financial and banking courses over the course of her 30-year career.

Johnson has lived in Manchester since 1983.

Callahan also started as a teller for Bennington Coop Savings and Loan in 1987 and rose through the ranks, serving as head teller, operations manager and a number of vice president positions. She was promoted to senior vice president in 2011.

The Bank of Bennington is a mutual bank headquartered in Bennington, with additional offices in Arlington, Manchester MANCHESTER — The Manchester branch manager of The Bank of Bennington recently celebrated a special anniversary.

Carol Johnson, who joined the bank in 1983, is one of two employees who recently marked their 30th anniversary with the bank.

Mary Callahan, a senior vice president with the bank, was honored along with Johnson at an event celebrating the accomplishment.

"We are proud of the average longevity of our employees — 10 years. Mary and Carol take that to new heights by achieving this 30-year mark," bank president Jim Brown said at the event, according to a news release.

"They are both exceptional at their jobs and exemplify a sense of professionalism that we encourage in everyone who works here."

Johnson started working as apart-time teller in 1987 at the original Manchester office of The Bank of Bennington on Route 7A, when it was still Bennington Coop Savings and Loan.

She next became a full-time teller and subsequently was promoted to customer service representative, and then to branch manager.

She has taken management courses, along with numerous financial and banking courses over the course of her 30-year career.

Johnson has lived in Manchester since 1983.

Callahan also started as a teller for Bennington Coop Savings and Loan in 1987 and rose through the ranks, serving as head teller, operations manager and a number of vice president positions. She was promoted to senior vice president in 2011.

The Bank of Bennington is a mutual bank headquartered in Bennington, with additional offices in Arlington, Manchester MANCHESTER — The Manchester branch manager of The Bank of Bennington recently celebrated a special anniversary.

Carol Johnson, who joined the bank in 1983, is one of two employees who recently marked their 30th anniversary with the bank.

Mary Callahan, a senior vice president with the bank, was honored along with Johnson at an event celebrating the accomplishment.

"We are proud of the average longevity of our employees — 10 years. Mary and Carol take that to new heights by achieving this 30-year mark," bank president Jim Brown said at the event, according to a news release.

"They are both exceptional at their jobs and exemplify a sense of professionalism that we encourage in everyone who works here."

Johnson started working as apart-time teller in 1987 at the original Manchester office of The Bank of Bennington on Route 7A, when it was still Bennington Coop Savings and Loan.

She next became a full-time teller and subsequently was promoted to customer service representative, and then to branch manager.

She has taken management courses, along with numerous financial and banking courses over the course of her 30-year career.

Johnson has lived in Manchester since 1983.

Callahan also started as a teller for Bennington Coop Savings and Loan in 1987 and rose through the ranks, serving as head teller, operations manager and a number of vice president positions. She was promoted to senior vice president in 2011.

The Bank of Bennington is a mutual bank headquartered in Bennington, with additional offices in Arlington, Manchester and Rutland.


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