Berkshire Bank Promotes and Appoints Four Individuals to Management Positions in Berkshire County Branches
Pittsfield, MA – May 21, 2021 – Berkshire Bank, a purpose-driven community bank with locations primarily in New England and New York, is pleased to announce the following promotions/appointments to its Berkshire County banking team.
Cindy Polidoro has joined the Elm Street, Pittsfield branch as Branch Officer. Cindy has over 39 years of banking experience and extensive knowledge of the financial services sector. She is an accomplished customer service professional and has been with Berkshire Bank since 1980. Before that, Cindy worked at New England Telephone. She is a graduate of St Joseph Central High School and has formal training in Sales, Management, Mortgages, Compliance, and CFT Financial Banking Courses. She was a co-creator of the Berkshire County ALS Website and is currently involved in the bi-monthly support group meetings.
Iris Moresi was promoted to Branch Officer of the North Adams branch. Iris was previously an Assistant Branch Manager at the North Adams Branch. Before her management roles, she was a teller for both Berkshire and Legacy Banks. She has been with Berkshire since 2010. Iris is a graduate of Charles H. McCann Technical High School.
Amy Golden was promoted to Branch Officer of the Stockbridge Road, Great Barrington Office. Amy has over five years of experience in the financial and retail banking sector. She was previously an Assistant Branch Manager with Berkshire. She has also held the position of Financial Services Representative. Prior to Berkshire Bank, Amy worked with REEBOK. Amy is a graduate of Westfield State University with a bachelor's in business management.
David Tesney was promoted to Dual Branch Officer of West Stockbridge & Lenox Main St. Offices. He was previously a Branch Officer of the North Street, Pittsfield Office. Prior to that, he was Assistant Branch Manager at both NBT Bank and TD Bank. He has also worked with the Berkshire Federal Credit Union as a Loan Officer. David is a graduate of Wahconah Regional High School in Dalton, MA, and has completed coursework at the Center for Financial Training. He is registered in the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System & Registry and is a Massachusetts Notary Public.
"We are so pleased to congratulate these Berkshire County team members on their appointments to these important branch offices, as they will help us serve our local communities well. said Lori Gazzillo Kiely, regional president, Berkshire County. "These individuals have extensive experience in banking and with Berkshire Bank and will be significant contributors to our success in the coming year."
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Berkshire Bank provides business and consumer banking, mortgage, wealth management, investment, and insurance services. The Bank has approximately $12.8 billion in assets and operates 118 branch offices primarily in New England and New York, with an agreement to sell its eight Mid-Atlantic branches. Headquartered in Boston, Berkshire Hills Bancorp (NYSE: BHLB) is the parent of Berkshire Bank and is a member of the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index. To learn more, call 800-773-5601 or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.