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Dorion joins FSB River Valley branches
Franklin Savings Bank has named Catherine Dorion as its new loan officer at the bank’s River Valley branches in Rumford and Mexico.
RIVER VALLEY -- Franklin Savings Bank has named Catherine Dorion as its new loan officer at the bank’s River Valley branches in Rumford and Mexico.
“We are so pleased to have someone with Cathy’s banking experience join our crew,” said Diane Perry, manager of the River Valley branches. “Her community involvement will be a great fit at our branches, where employees always step forward when it comes to volunteering.”
Dorion comes to FSB from Key Bank, where she served as branch manager for 11 years. Prior to that, she was an assistant vice president and branch manager at Norway Savings Bank in Freeport. Overall, she has been in the banking industry since 1990.
“I’m really looking forward to helping make things happen for people in our community. Franklin Savings Bank recognizes the unique nature of the local economy and I can tailor loans for the River Valley,” said Dorion.
Dorion grew up in Rumford. Although she has lived elsewhere, she returned to the area to raise her children. “I wanted to give my children the kind of childhood I had with a smaller school, strong community and the security of living in a safe place,” she said.
An active member of the River Valley Community, Dorion is currently a board member of the River Valley Growth Council and the Dixfield Finance Committee. She is past president and board member of the River Valley Chamber of Commerce and former member of the March of Dimes Mountain Valley Walk Committee, Freeport Merchants Association Events Committee and Rotary International in Rumford. She has also served as a loaned executive and campaign division captain with the United Way.
Dorion is a licensed Life and Health Insurance Producer and attended the Northern New England School of Banking in 2007. She earned an associate degree from Mid-State College in Auburn and is a graduate of Rumford High School, where she was active in varsity field hockey, the Yearbook and Future Business Leaders of America.