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MVSB Business Development Team Welcomes Chris Dickinson

Christopher (“Chris”) Dickinson has joined Meredith Village Savings Bank (MVSB) as Vice President, Business Development and Small Business Lending. Dickinson, who is based in Meredith, offers a full range of banking solutions to local business owners, municipalities and nonprofits.

He has stepped in for Marcus Weeks, who was selected to succeed Christine Harris-Fletcher, upon her retirement, effective January 5, 2018, as Senior Vice President, Senior Retail Banking Officer.

“I look forward to seeing how small business lending will expand and evolve under Chris’ leadership,” said Weeks. “Chris brings drive and enthusiasm to the team. With more than 25 years of experience, he draws from his diverse experience to provide the products and services that best meet the needs of each customer. I’m honored to welcome him aboard.”

“Although my recent banking experience was in greater Boston, I grew up here in the Lakes Region and I am excited to return home to service and support our local business community,” said Dickinson.

Prior to joining MVSB, Dickinson held leadership positions in retail banking, small business banking and commercial lending. Most recently, he was the Chief Credit Officer for a financial institution based in the Boston, MA area.

Dickinson is a member of both the Massachusetts Bankers Association and the Risk Management Association, New England Chapter. He has also served as Past President of the Plymouth, MA Rotary Club. He was also active as a board member, trustee and volunteer for several organizations including the Quincy Rotary Club, Plymouth, MA YMCA, Plymouth, MA Chamber of Commerce, American Red Cross, Alzheimer’s Association and ALS Association. He and his family currently reside in Gilford, NH.







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