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A message from Paul M Pecci, President
Summer Time Fun and Financial Security
Paul M Pecci, President Summertime is a great time to relax, to enjoy family and friends, to have fun – and to vacation. We spend more, travel more, frequently dine out, and are much more active. Vacation is the time to chill out, to enjoy life, it is not a time to do too much planning or worrying. We just like to have fun.

Wishing you a happy and safe August, I would also like to remind you that while you are enjoying yourself, there are those who are working overtime to gain access to your money and your financial information.


Sun, Sand, and Cybersecurity
Staying Safe During Summer Vacations
This month, in partnership with the National Cyber Security Alliance, South Shore Bank aims to provide some valuable tips on staying cyber safe while heading on a summer vacation. Whether you are out exploring or relaxing, it is important to strive to be as secure as possible with your digital devices and information. Unfortunately, travel can open you up to different points of vulnerability compared to normal everyday use at home, and we don’t just mean accidentally going swimming with your cell phone. You see, while traveling you are operating outside of your normal, safe routines. This means using your devices on different networks and putting them down in different locations, including under your beach towel while swimming. By following some smart practices, you can connect with greater confidence during a summer escape.

Why You Should Open a Savings Account for Your Business
Learn the benefits of keeping your money separate
As the owner of a business, you’ve probably opened a business checking account so that you can pay your suppliers and separate enterprise money from your personal accounts. If you really want your business to be as sound as possible, consider going one step further and opening a business savings account.

Free Student Checking

Student Checking
Perfect for 16-24 year old who is juggling school, a first job, and paying their own way. With this Student Checking account there is no minimum balance required, no monthly fee, and much much more. South Shore Bank will waive or refund all ATM fees and charges from non South Shore Bank ATM transactions.


The following employees are celebrating August work Anniversaries:
  • Susan Kelly 42 years
  • Brian Robinson 21 years
  • Marcia Lyons 17 years
  • Donna Bartholomew 16 years
  • David Willis  14 years
  • Maureen Hanifan   13 years
  • Catherine Cavicchi 13 years
  • Patricia Piana  7 years
  • Kelly-Anne Ferreira 7 years
  • Daniel Brennan 6 years
  • Joseph McPhee 6 years
  • Julie Heapes  6 years
  • Stephanie Fitzgerald 5 years
  • Carol Powell 4 years
  • Samantha White 3 years
  • Katherine Rivera 2 years
  • Marianne Chen 2 years
  • Michael Cashman  2 years
  • Sheila Pender  2 years
  • Eric Young 2 years
Their commitment and dedication is truly appreciated here at South Shore Bank!

Shred Day at Granite Crossing Branch
Saturday, September 8, 2018. 9 AM to Noon
Shred Day at Granite Crossing Branch
For those who have stacks of personal documents that you just don’t want to throw out for fear of identity theft, South Shore Bank has the answer. The Bank will hold another “Shred Day” at the Granite Crossing, 370 Quincy Ave., Quincy MA branch location on Saturday, September 8, 2018 from 9 AM to Noon. Bring your confidential documents and watch as they are destroyed in a mobile shredding unit.

Champions of Breakfast!
Champions of Breakfast!
On a recent trip out and about the Weymouth Community, South Shore Bank’s Community Relations Coordinator Kathryn Prioli bumped into Pam Denholm, the Executive Director of the Weymouth Food Pantry. Pleasantries turned into more serious discussion about the status of the food pantry. Kathryn learned that the summer months have brought an increased demand on the food pantries.

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