Pentucket Bank Honors Two for Community Service

Kerri Anne Godin and Patrice Darby.

Two Pentucket Bank employees are being honored by the bank for their community service.

Kerri Anne Godin, assistant vice president and senior branch manager of the bank’s main office, and Patrice Darby, a teller at the same office, received the Annual Community Service Awards during the Bank’s 124th Annual Meeting March 12.

Godin was selected as the Officer Award recipient for 2014. Her activities include serving on the board of directors of the Haverhill YMCA and currently serving a year term as the president of the Haverhill Exchange Club. Godin is also involved in the Haverhill Relay for Life, Kidsfest, and The Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce.

Darby has been with the bank three years and is an active volunteer with the Open Hand Food Pantry in Haverhill, Relay for Life, Rebuilding Together with Christmas in April and volunteers at her church, Saint James Parish in Haverhill.

Bank President and CEO Scott D. Cote said the bank is well known, not only for its corporate generosity within the communities in which they are located, but for the significant number of volunteer hours that their employees contribute to local non-profit organizations and other community projects and events. In 2014, a press release said, the bank contributed more than $400,000 in financial support into the community and employees logged more than 5,500 hours in volunteer time.