Camden National event celebrates employees

Oct 11, 2017
Camden National Bank honored 15 employees at its all-employee event Sept. 19.

Camden — Camden National Bank celebrated the hard work and achievements of its employees at its annual all-employee event Sept. 19 at the Augusta Civic Center. It also announced that more than $184,000 has been donated to local homeless shelters through its Hope@Home community giving program.

At the event, Camden National Bank presented Cullen Ryan, acting chair of Maine's Statewide Homeless Council and executive director of Community Housing of Maine, with 650 blankets to be donated to homeless shelters in local communities on behalf of each Camden National Bank employee. The donation represents the bank’s commitment to support the work of homeless shelters in Maine through its Hope@Home program, established in 2015 to provide critical assistance to those in need. Every time a customer finances a new home through Camden National Bank, the bank donates $100 to a local homeless shelter.

Throughout the evening, 15 employees were recognized for their commitment to customers, fellow employees and the community at large.

This year’s award winners were:

· Employee of the Year: Danica Hooper (Customer Assistance Center, Rockport)

· Officer of the Year: Kevin Throckmorton (branch operations associate, Ellsworth)

· Commitment to Core Values: Kayla Roberts (assistant banking center manager, Richmond) and Chris Paradis (physical security manager, Gardiner)

· Commitment to the Customer: Bradley De Rosa (assistant banking center manager, Kennebunk) and Dean Waterman (commercial banking officer, Auburn)

· Commitment to the Community: Viktorie Mathiau (commercial loan administrator, Rockport) and Jody Landrith (banking center manager, Camden)

· Commitment to the Employee: Nancy Cobb (branch supervisor, Bangor) and Susan Weber (credit risk officer, Rockport)

· Commitment to Internal Service: Kristen Matson (deposit and payment services supervisor, Rockport) and Jamie Pellerin (marketing manager, Portland)

· Commitment to Shareholders: Brandon Plourde (budget and financial analyst, Camden) and Tori Stewart (wealth management project manager, Portland)

· Bob Daigle Award for Achievement through Innovation: Andrew Fortin-Trimble (digital marketing manager, Augusta)

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