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March 17, 2013

Business briefs: March 17, 2013

Bank promotions

TICONDEROGA — Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Co. has promoted Vice President Joseph C. Melucci to Branch Services Manager, and Branch Managers Bella R. Boardway and Starr L. Pinkowski to officers at the Port Henry and Ticonderoga/Ticonderoga Drive-In offices, respectively.

In his new role, Melucci will assist and support branches with their sales efforts and goals. He joined the bank in 2001 as an assistant branch manager and has been elected to the company’s High Performance Club three times. He is also a recipient of the Bank’s Community Service Award.

He serves as board president for the Adirondack Samaritan Counseling Center and volunteers as a Hudson Falls Little League coach. Melucci earned an associate’s degree in Business Administration from Adirondack Community College, is a graduate of Hudson Falls High School and holds Series 6 and 63 securities licenses.

In her role as Port Henry branch manager and now branch officer, Boardway oversees operations and serves customers at the Port Henry Office. She joined the bank in 1990 as a Resource Recovery Team member and was elected to the High Performance Club in 2007.

Boardway serves on the Moriah Chamber of Commerce Board and volunteers with Warren County Shop with a Cop. She is a graduate of Schroon Lake Central School.

In her role as Ticonderoga Branch Manager and now Branch Officer, Pinkowski oversees operations and serves customers at the Ticonderoga and Ticonderoga Drive-In Offices. She joined the bank in 2007 as a customer service representative.

She is a graduate of Ticonderoga Central School and serves on the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce Board and as a member of the Best 4th in the North Committee.

IP appointment

TICONDEROGA — Paul Blanchard has been named vice president, supply chain, Industrial Packaging Group for International Paper, according to Mark Sutton, senior vice president.

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