Berkshire Bank hires Scribner to lead Vermont team
Berkshire Bank has welcomed Nicole Scribner, vice president, regional branch manager, Vermont. In her new role, she will oversee the management of the Bank’s eight branches in the Vermont region, which includes one branch in Whitehall, New York. In this capacity, she will work to build and expand customer relationships while providing ongoing support and guidance for sales, service and operations of the branches.
Scribner previously worked at TD Bank since 2004, most recently serving as vice president, regional operations officer for 19 branches in Southern Vermont and the Empire Region of New York. She also served as an assistant branch manager for Charter One Bank in Rutland.
“We are excited to welcome Nicole to lead our Vermont team,” said Tami Gunsch, senior vice president of retail banking. “Nicole’s experience in this market will serve us well as we continue on our path of growth and meet the evolving financial needs of customers in and around Vermont.”
Scribner attended Castleton State College and is currently enrolled in Adirondack Community College pursuing a degree in business administration. She resides in Granville, NY.
About Berkshire Bank
Berkshire Bank - America's Most Exciting Bank(SM) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Berkshire Hills Bancorp. The Company has $4.5 billion in assets and 68 full-service branch offices in Massachusetts, New York, Vermont, and Connecticut, providing personal and business banking, insurance, and wealth management services. Berkshire Bank provides 100% deposit insurance protection for all deposit accounts, regardless of amount, based on a combination of FDIC insurance and the Depositors Insurance Fund (DIF). Berkshire has a pending agreement to acquire Beacon Federal Bancorp headquartered in Syracuse, NY. For more information, visitwww.berkshirebank.com or call 800-773-5601.