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St. Mary's Credit Union promotes four employees

Marlborough – St. Mary's Credit Union is pleased to announce four recent promotions of employees.

Thomas Seymour has been promoted to executive vice president, lending. Seymour joined St. Mary's in 1980 as a consumer loan officer.? He has spent more than 30 years developing the lending departments at the credit union, and will continue to oversee and direct these departments as the executive vice president, lending.

Melissa Eagles has been promoted to vice president, real estate lending.? Eagles joined the credit union in 2007 as assistant vice president, real estate lending.? Eagles manages the credit union's mortgage and home equity lending functions.

John Hendrikse has been promoted to vice president, indirect Lending. Hendrikse joined St. Mary's in 2011 as the assistant vice president, indirect lending.? Hendrikse supervises the indirect lending program.

Heidi Pierce has been promoted to assistant vice president, member service center. Pierce joined the credit union in 2006 as a member service center representative.? Pierce manages the credit union's Member Service Center.

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