Davey Receives Award from Florence Savings Bank

Michael A. Davey, Vice President/Commercial Loan Officer of Florence Savings Bank, recently received the Bank’s Community Support Award for 2014. According to Diane Goud, Senior Vice President and Human Resources Director at the bank, “The Community Support Award Program was established by the Bank in 1997, as a means of formally recognizing employees who are active participants in community events and who donate their personal and professional time to local not-for-profit organizations.”

As recipient of the award, Davey has the opportunity to choose a Davey,Michael-Florence-Savings-Banknot-for-profit organization where the Bank can make a donation. Davey decided to give a donation to the Greenfield Community College Foundation and the Four Rivers Charter Public School, a college preparatory middle and high school in Franklin County.

A Greenfield, Massachusetts native, Davey joined Florence Savings Bank in 2008. He is active in a number of area organizations including Board of the United Way of Hampshire County, the Board of the Greenfield Community College Foundation, and as a Board member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for Training and Development. He firmly believes in supporting communities who are facing challenges. He said, “There are so many non-profits doing great work in this regard, and I’m happy to support their efforts to improve lives.”

About Florence Savings Bank
Founded in 1873, Florence Savings Bank is a mutually-owned savings bank serving Amherst, Easthampton, Northampton, and surrounding Massachusetts areas. Headquartered in Florence, the bank operates nine branch locations. It is one of the fastest growing banks in the area and its Directors and incorporators are actively involved in the local community. For more information, go to www.florencesavings.com.

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