North Brookfield Savings Bank Hires Barbieri as VP

By Joyce Dimaculangan

North Brookfield Savings Bank welcomes Donna Barbieri as Vice President/Commercial Loan Officer. As Vice President, she will provide commercial lending and business development services in communities throughout Western Massachusetts.

Ms. Barbieri joins NBSB as the Bank and its Business Center expand into Ware, Three Donna Barbieri North Brookfield Savings BankRivers Village of Palmer and East Brookfield, Massachusetts, following NBSB’s merger with FamilyFirst Bank on June 1, 2014.

“This is great news for North Brookfield Savings Bank and businesses in Western Massachusetts,” said NBSB President & CEO Donna Boulanger. She added that, “Donna combines commercial banking expertise with a personal, community touch. We’re very pleased to welcome her to the commercial lending team.”

Ms. Barbieri, who comes from Fleet Bank (now Bank of America) and People’s United Bank, is excited to join NBSB. She said, “The expansion of the Business Center allows me to reach out to business owners in the Western Massachusetts region and introduce them to the financing options, products and great customer service NBSB is known for.”

In addition to her years of banking experience, Ms. Barbieri is an active member of the community. She serves as a member of the Professional Women’s Chamber of Western Massachusetts, co-chairing the Chamber’s mentorship program, and is a Mason-Wright Foundation Governance Committee Member. She also volunteers her time for the United Way’s Day of Caring.

About North Brookfield Savings Bank
Founded in 1854, North Brookfield Savings Bank is a mutual savings bank with full-service branches in North Brookfield, East Brookfield, West Brookfield, Ware, Belchertown, Palmer, and Three Rivers Village of Palmer. It offers a wide variety of deposit and loan products for individuals and businesses throughout Central and Western Massachusetts and continually supports the communities in which it serves. For additional information, visit

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