Florence Bank Promotes Jennifer Halpin of Easthampton to Assistant Vice President, Human Resources and Affirmative Action Manager

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FLORENCE—Florence Bank has promoted Jennifer Halpin of Easthampton to the position of assistant vice president, human resources and affirmative action manager at the main office in Florence.

Halpin is a seven-year employee of Florence Bank who brings extensive knowledge and skills to her new position. In her new role, she will lead and direct the routine functions of the human resources department, including hiring and interviewing, payroll administration, benefits and overseeing/implementing the bank’s equal employment opportunity and affirmative action policies and plans.

During her tenure at the bank, Halpin has been the recipient of the President’s Award, which is given to employees who demonstrate superior levels of performance, customer service, and overall contribution to the bank.

Halpin holds an associate degree in business administration from Berkshire Community College and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 

Kevin R. Day, president and chief executive officer of Florence Bank, said, “We are thrilled to announce Jen’s well-deserved promotion. She is a dedicated and valued employee who consistently delivers great results. She has been an asset to the bank for many years, and I look forward to watching her progress even further in the years to come.”

About Florence Bank

Florence Bank is a mutually-owned savings bank chartered in 1873. Currently, the bank serves the Pioneer Valley through 12 full-service branch locations in Florence, Northampton, Easthampton, Williamsburg, Amherst, Hadley, Belchertown, Granby, Chicopee, West Springfield, and Springfield. Additionally, it offers 25 ATMs and a wide range of financial services, including investment management through FSB Financial Group (FSBFG) to consumers and businesses.  Florence Bank is consistently voted best local bank by the readers of the Valley Advocate and the Daily Hampshire Gazette.  

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