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OXFORD, MASSACHUSETTS — bankHometown recently appointed new branch managers of its Lancaster, Oxford, and Sturbridge locations.

JoLisa Chouinard of Clinton joined bankHometown in 2014 and now has been named branch manager of the bank’s Lancaster office. Previously she served as the assistant manager of that location, a role she held for five years. Prior to joining bankHometown, Chouinard was an administrative lead with Reliant Medical Group and a commercial account administrator at Clinton Savings Bank. She is currently a board member of the Clinton Council on Aging and treasurer for Clinton Youth Soccer, and volunteers with many local groups, organizations, and events.

Jo-Ann Bussiere of Stow was recently promoted to assistant vice president and was named branch manager of the bank’s Oxford home office. She previously was branch manager of the bank’s Lancaster branch. Bussiere has more than 30 years of banking experience, joining bankHometown in 2016. Prior to that, she was vice president and branch manager at Cambridge Trust Company and an assistant vice president and branch manager at TD Bank. Bussiere attended Monroe Community College and is involved in her community, having volunteered at events and efforts for Women Build with Habitat for Humanity, Operation Playhouse, Wheat Community Services, and the Nashoba Rotary Club.

Anthony Marini was named branch manager of the bank’s Sturbridge location, after having served as branch manager of its Oxford home office for more than a year. Marini has 15 years of banking experience and was a store manager for TD Bank prior to joining bankHometown in 2018. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business management from Westfield State College and an associate degree in retail management from Holyoke Community College.


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