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February 23, 2014

Business briefs: Feb. 23, 2014

Promotions announced

PLATTSBURGH — Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Co. has promoted its three Plattsburgh branch managers: Mary A. Goddeau to assistant vice president, and Catherine A. Steele and Hannah C. Provost to officer.

Goddeau, who joined the bank in 2006, oversees operations at the Cornelia Street office. She 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 chair for the Clinton County Workforce Investment Board and is a volunteer for the Heart Walk, SPCA, Relay for Life and The Strand restoration project.

In her role as branch manager and officer, Steele oversees operations at the Margaret Street Office. She joined Glens Falls National Bank in 1997 and has more than 20 years of banking experience. Throughout her career, she has earned numerous awards and recognitions, including being elected twice by her peers to the bank’s High Performer Club.

Active in the community, Steele is treasurer for the Plattsburgh Downtown Association, serves on the Strand Theater board and participates in the Heart Walk, March of Dimes and Relay for Life. She is a graduate of Beekmantown Central High School.

As branch manager and now officer, Provost oversees operations at the U.S. Avenue Office. She joined the bank in 2012 and has more than five years of banking experience.

Originally from Watertown, Conn., Provost has an associate’s degree in Business Administration from the Community College of Vermont in Burlington. She is secretary for the Adirondack Young Professionals Board of Directors, a member of Clinton Community College’s Project Thrive Task Force, a member of the Girl Scouts’ Women of Distinction Dinner Committee, a Walk of Hope volunteer, an ambassador for the North Country Chamber of Commerce and a foster parent through the Clinton County Department of Social Services.

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