Jim Brown, President of The Bank of Bennington says, “Stephanie has been a long-time contributor to the bank and is very experienced with bank’s systems and processes. She is well qualified to take on these additional responsibilities and I look forward to her expanding her role in the bank’s operations. It is always a great moment when we can recognize quality employees and promote from within.”
Dunn, who joined the bank in 1999, quickly transitioned from the teller line to accounting. She is pursuing her Supervisor Diploma through the New England Center for Financial Training. She resides in Bennington with her husband and their two children.
Founded in 1917, The Bank of Bennington is a full-service mutual community bank headquartered in Bennington, VT with branches in Manchester, Bennington and Arlington, VT and a loan production office in Rutland, VT. Known for its customer service, financial strength, and community involvement, the bank offers financial planning and a full line of deposit and loan products and services for personal and commercial customers. In March 2016, BauerFinancial, Inc., the nation’s leading independent bank rating and research firm, honored The Bank of Bennington with its Best of Bauer status for over 100 consecutive quarters of 5-Star Superior performance. For more information on The Bank of Bennington, visit www.thebankofbennington.com.