Marlborough Savings Bank announces two join business development team

Kenneth R. Lewis  Photo/submitted

Kenneth R. Lewis

Marlborough – Marlborough Savings Bank (MSB) has announced the following two members to its business development team:

James R. Goodhue, Assistant Vice President Commercial Lending.? His responsibilities include managing existing commercial portfolios, generating new commercial loans with a mix of traditional and SBA financing to meet the needs of the institution's clientele and build long-lasting relationships. A graduate of Notre Dame College and two year Financial Studies Program at Babson College, he has founded the Annual Mychip Event in Worcester and the non-profit group Central Networking that helps local business owners build business relationships. Goodhue resides in Wilton, NH with his wife, son, and a daughter that is due in late October.

Kenneth R. Lewis, Loan Originator. His responsibilities include originating residential mortgages within Southborough, Northborough, Westborough, and surrounding market areas. A graduate of Fitchburg State University, he has over 20 years of experience in the mortgage lending industry and a comprehensive background in banking. Lewis resides in Ayer with his wife Beth, and three children: Matt, Jill, and Meghan.

James R. Goodhue Photo/submitted

James R. Goodhue

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