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July 7, 2013

Business briefs: July 7, 2013

Appointment announced

PLATTSBURGH — Northern Insuring/Northern Benefits recently welcomed Aubrey Rougier as a sales executive in the Personal Insurance Division.

Rougier will be obtaining her Property and Casualty license this year and has more than one year of insurance experience.

In her new role at Northern, she will be focusing on providing personal insurance products including home, auto and umbrella coverage.

“Aubrey is enthusiastic and committed to excellence,” said Tracy Berry, human resources manager. “She successfully builds professional relationships, and we are excited to have her on our team.”

Northern Insuring/Northern Benefits celebrates 83 years in business in 2013 and has been selected by The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA) and Reagan Consulting as a Best Practices Agency for the last three years.

New managers

PLATTSBURGH — Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Co. has appointed Mary A. Goddeau to manager of the Cornelia Street Office and Hannah C. Provost to manager of the U.S. Avenue Office, both in Plattsburgh.

Goddeau, who joined the bank in 2006, will oversee operations at Cornelia Street, the busiest of Glens Falls National Bank’s three Plattsburgh locations. She previously served as manager of the U.S. Avenue office and has more than 30 years of banking experience in the North Country.

A Plattsburgh native, Goddeau graduated from Saranac Central High School and attended Clinton Community College. She serves on the Clinton Community College Foundation’s Clearly Clinton Campaign, is the Clinton County chairperson for the North Country Regional Workforce Investment Board, volunteers with the American Heart Association and is a supporter of The Strand restoration project.

In her new role, Provost will oversee operations at the U.S. Avenue branch. She joined the bank in 2012 as a customer service associate and has more than five years of banking experience in the Northeast.

Originally from Watertown, Conn., Provost obtained an associate’s degree in Business Administration from the Community College of Vermont in Burlington. She serves on the Adirondack Young Professionals Board of Directors, is an ambassador for the North Country Chamber of Commerce and is a foster parent through the Clinton County Department of Social Services.

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