Bristol County Savings Bank Promotes Terry to VP

Bristol County Savings Bank announced the promotion of Richard D. Terry to Vice President, Commercial Lending Officer. With his promotion, Mr. Terry will be responsible for developing new business opportunities and managing commercial loan relationships from the Bank’s office in Attleboro.

A native of Assonet, Massachusetts, Mr. Terry has been with Richard Terry Bristol County Savings BankBristol County Savings Bank for more than 17 years. Prior to his promotion, Mr. Terry has served as Assistant Vice President, Commercial Lending, and Commercial Credit Analyst.

He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. He is also a graduate of the Massachusetts Bankers Association School for Financial Studies, and Babson College certificate program. Mr. Terry currently resides in Attleboro.

About Bristol County Savings Bank
Founded in 1846 and headquartered in Tauton, Massachusetts, Bristol County Savings Bank offers banking products and services to individuals and businesses in the Southeastern Massachusetts and Northern Rhode Island areas. It also offers trust and investment services, and insurance coverage to its customers through Anawon Trust, N.A. The bank operates ten full service banking offices in Tauton, Raynham, Rehoboth, Attleboro, North Attleboro, Franklin, and Dartmouth, Massachusetts, as well as Pawtucket, Rhode Island; and an education branch office at both Tauton and Attleboro High Schools.

In addition, the Bank supports several non-profit organizations in its service area through the Bristol County Savings Charitable Foundation and the recently established Pawtucket Advisory Board. This commitment to the community has contributed greatly to the success of the Bristol County Savings Bank over the years. To learn more about Bristol County Savings Bank visit

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