Please excuse the informality, but at my age I should be writing memoirs rather than resumes.
· After leaving U.S. Marine Corps active duty I started in banking at an entry level. I have been in commercial banking since 1968, currently with Danversbank / One Conant Capital, LLC (1st Vice President).
· I was previously with Boston Private Bank & Trust Company and Metro West Bank - in each case managing a portfolio of corporate banking relationships.
· Earlier I managed Commercial Lending Departments with Essexbank (SVP, General Corporate Lending), First National Bank of Boston (VP, Manager of Professional Services Group) and Shore Bank & Trust Company (SVP, Senior Lending Officer).
· I am a life member of RMA (formerly Robert Morris Associates) the national association of risk management professionals.
· My business activities are Boston-based at 1 Post Office Square –37th floor.
· Beyond my banking career I have derived satisfaction from the following volunteer activity:
· Membership on the Finance Committee in the Town of Swampscott (three terms), with a specialization in working with the town’s public safety departments (fire and police) on their budgets.
· Chairman of the Board, Northeast Massachusetts Division of the American Heart Association
· Volunteer instructor in the Community Entrepreneurship program of the Center for Women & Enterprise
· Member of the Coaching Staff of American Legion Post 6 Baseball Team (1988 State Champions)
· Member of the Coaching Staff of the Rehoboth Fusion, an independent girls (age 13-14) tournament softball team.
· I have also been involved with:
· Northshore Philharmonic Orchestra as a member of the board and on various committees (primarily finance and publicity) during a good portion of Max Hobart’s term as Music Director.
· Sinfonie by the Sea as co-ordinator of a joint venture with Boston Bel Canto Opera resulting in concert performances of Aida and Il Trovatore at Jordan Hall in consecutive years. (Francisco Noya was music director of the orchestra then).
· Boston Bel Canto Opera, as production manager during its several years of producing concert opera at Jordan Hall.