Camden National Bank announces promotions

CAMDEN — Gregory A. Dufour, president and chief executive officer of Camden National Corporation, announced promotions for 15 individuals in recognition of their outstanding commitment and contributions to the company.

“I’m pleased to announce several promotions which reflect the high level of performance of these individuals, as well as their commitment to developing their careers at Camden National,” said Dufour in a news release.

Newly appointed officers:

Tori Coombs, branch support and operations coordinator in the Camden Main Office, was named Retail Banking Officer.

Arissa Egan, a market research analyst based in Camden, was named Marketing Officer.

Stacy Giansiracusa, based in Rockport at the Company’s service center, was named Retail Banking Officer and Customer Assistance Center Supervisor.

Becky Grover, a commercial loan administrator in the Camden Main Office, was named Commercial Banking Officer.

Amanda Bost, a financial consultant in the Bangor office, was named an Officer of Camden Financial Consultants.

James Carignan, based in Portland, was named Commercial Portfolio Officer.

 

Marcia Guptill, a loan servicing technician at the company’s service center, was named Loan Servicing Officer.

Other individuals who received promotions:

Robin Harlow, an officer in the Camden office of Camden Financial Consultants, was named Assistant Vice President and Financial Consultant.

Devon Perry, compliance manager for Camden Financial Consultants, was named Assistant Vice President.

Stefan Iris, an assistant portfolio manager for Acadia Trust in Portland, was named Assistant Vice President.

Tracy King, a retail loan officer in Bangor, was named Assistant Vice President.

Jody Landrith, corporate services officer, was named Assistant Vice President.

Doug Porter, an assistant portfolio manager for Acadia Trust in Portland, was named Assistant Vice President.

Judy Folsom was named Vice President of Stakeholder Development

John Frohock was named Vice President of Special Assets.

 

U.S. Cellular to offer free device workshop

ROCKLAND — With a recent study showing a nearly 80 percent increase in smartphone shipments from a year ago, there are plenty of first-time smartphone users who may want a little help figuring out everything their advanced devices have to offer. U.S. Cellular is hosting a free workshop on Wednesday, Sept. 14 from 6 to 8 p.m. at 725 Main St. in Rockland to guide attendees through all of the features and functions of the company’s Android-powered, Windows Phone and BlackBerry devices that can enhance their lives.

Associates will answer questions and demonstrate common features such as email access, web browsing, calendar synchronization, browsing for apps and how the device can be personalized to fit their lifestyles. Attendees can learn about U.S. Cellular’s high-speed nationwide network, which has the highest call quality and network satisfaction of any national carrier. They can also learn about the unique benefits of being a U.S. Cellular customer, including new phones faster without continuously signing contracts, Battery Swap and Overage Protection.

The device workshops are open to current smartphone owners, as well as those interested in upgrading to a smartphone. Attendees do not have to be a U.S. Cellular customer. All smartphone accessories will be 25 percent off.