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NHMB President Sam Laverack to Retire after 42 Years

Sam Laverack, President and CEO of New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp, will retire on June 30, 2018, after 42 years. A consummate community banking professional and creative thinker, Laverack worked with Paul Rizzi, former CEO of the Merrimack, to form NHMB in January 2013.

Throughout his decades-long tenure in banking, Laverack has inspired countless employees to donate their time to the non-profits they are most passionate about in their communities across New Hampshire. The employees of NHMB and its subsidiaries thank Sam for his tremendous contributions to the organizations and wish him all the best in his well-deserved retirement!



6 Ways to Improve Your Credit Score
Practical steps to enhance the health of your finances


Having a healthy credit score is necessary if you wish to apply for loans to help finance big-ticket expenses such as a house or a higher education. If your credit score needs a boost, don’t despair. Here are six practical strategies to increase it.


Adjusting Your Savings When Your Income Changes
Be prepared no matter if your paychecks grow or shrink


During the course of your professional life, it’s inevitable that the size of your paycheck will change. Whether you move jobs, get promoted or get laid off, there are several factors that influence how much money you bring home. When your income does change, for better or worse, it is important to know how you can adapt.


Kristin Clark Promoted to Business Banking Development Officer


Congratulations to Kristin Clark on her recent promotion to Business Banking Development Officer. Clark is now working out of the Merrimack's new Hooksett office at the intersection of Route 3 and the Route 28 bypass on 360 Londonderry Turnpike.


5 Books Every Small Business Owner Should Read
Discover new ways to run your business with these books


As you dive into a new business venture, soaking up information from experts can be a huge help. There are hundreds of thousands of business books on the market, many of which will try to sell you their own methods for running a successful business.


Latest Phishing Scam Targets Office 365 Email Users


A recent phishing scam is targeting businesses and consumers who use Office 365 email services. Fraudsters are gaining access to Office 365 accounts by stealing login credentials obtained using convincing fake login screens.


Visit Us at Market Days!
June 21 - 23


Please stop by and visit us at our booth in front of our Main Office (89 North Main Street) at the 44th Annual Market Days in Concord - and don't forget to spin the wheel for a chance to win a fun prize!


Community Photo Contest Ends Saturday, May 26


The Merrimack and Meredith Village Savings Bank launched their annual community photo contest in April. Entries can be dropped off in person, sent in by mail or submitted online through May 26. Visit themerrimack.com/photo-contest for the official contest rules or to enter.


7 Herbs You Should Be Growing
Spice up your cooking with these appetizing additions


Whether you’re an avid cook or simply want to incorporate fresh ingredients into your meals, home-grown herbs are great for enhancing the flavor and nutrition of your diet.


Exercises to Strengthen Your Brain
Ways to exercise your brain for better health


To maintain a nimble, healthy physique, you have to exercise. Whether you have a regular cardio routine, like to take long walks, run regularly or lift weights at the gym, you know your muscles will get stronger by doing physical exercise. But how do you strengthen the most important muscle in your body: your brain?


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