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We are excited to be opening a full-service branch in the Upper Valley later in 2021 at 106 North Main Street in West Lebanon. We have considered expanding north for many years and have had a loan production office for the past three years at a different location in West Lebanon so opening a bank branch makes sense. We're looking forward to continuing to be a part of the Upper Valley community and serving our neighbors.

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Locations and Construction Updates

Claremont Savings Bank West Lebanon Branch

Conveniently located at 106 North Main St, West Lebanon with a drive-up ATM, drive-up teller service, plus inside customer service and commercial and residential lenders ready to help you.

Meet Our People

Adam Pippin

Assistant Vice President and Commercial Lender

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Adam has worked in the Financial sector for nearly 10 years, providing clients with strategic ideas for business growth and risk mitigation. Adam is passionate about his community and serves as President of the Board for Health Care and Rehabilitation Services of Southeastern Vermont. In addition he is a Commercial Lending Committee member for the Vermont Bankers Association and a Board Member for Space on Main, a CoMaker Space in Bradford, Vermont.


Allison Childs

Assistant Vice President and Loan Originator

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NMLS Registry ID: 1022839
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Allison has over 19 years of successful banking experience in the Upper Valley. With her extensive mortgage origination background, she’ll be able to guide you through the process to find the best solution. Allison is currently a member of the Upper Valley Affiliate Realtor Group, the Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce Membership and Service Committee as well as the Upper Valley Green Real-Estate Network at Vital Communities and a Board Member of the Town of Hartford Parks and Recreation Department. Her previous volunteer and committee work includes being a Rotarian in Hartford, VT and being on the Board of the Sunapee Board of Realtors.


 

Megan Herschel

Senior Relationship Banker

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Megan began her financial services career at Claremont Savings Bank in May 2019 as a seasonal teller while attending college. She advanced her position at the Bank moving into Customer Service and is now a Senior Relationship Banker. Megan graduated from Seton Hall University with a Bachelors of Arts in Social and Behavioral Science in May 2021. Megan enjoys being a leader and youth figurehead in her youth group for the last 10 years. When Megan is not at the branch you can find her hiking with her dogs and volunteering in her community. 


Senior Management Team

Senior Management Team

  • Reginald E. Greene, Jr., President and CEO
  • Lynn H. Smith, Chief Financial Officer
  • Carol L. Vivian, Sr. Vice President of Retail Banking and Clerk
  • James A. Lynch, Sr. Vice President of Commercial Banking
  • Brandy Blackinton, Sr. Vice President and Retail Lending
  • Timothy D. Bates, Sr. Vice President of Information Technology and Operations

Full Service Branch

As a full service branch, we're available for all your retail and business needs. Our team will be able to assist you to find the right account for your personal or business needs and guide you to open it online or in branch. 

Community Support

Claremont Savings Bank Upper Valley community serviceAs a community bank, we pride ourselves on immersing ourselves in the local area as a business and as a neighbor. Our employees are provided paid time to support causes that speak to them and support our commitment to this Upper Valley community.

We welcome requests for donations and sponsorships and look forward to partnering with the amazing organizations in the Upper Valley. In addition to sponsorships and donations, yearly our Claremont Savings Foundation accepts grant applications. 

Since 2003, our annual Claremont Savings Bank Foundation has awarded grants totaling more than $2,280,000 to local non-profit organizations for a wide range of charitable initiatives. These grants, which typically range from $500 to $5,000 each, help to ensure the success of local programs and projects that benefit all of us as members of the community.

Each year we award grants to help ensure the success of charitable programs and projects dedicated to the betterment of the communities we serve. Recent Recipients

News and Events

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