Hampden Bancorp, Inc. Announces Retirement of Stuart F. Young, Jr. From Board of Directors
SPRINGFIELD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Stuart F. Young, Jr. has announced his retirement from the Board of Directors of Hampden Bank (the "Bank") and Hampden Bancorp, Inc. (the "Company") (NAS: HBNK) . Mr. Young shall continue to serve as a consultant, without compensation, to the Board of Directors until April 30, 2013. He has served as a director of the Company since 2007 and as a director of the Bank since 1986. Mr. Young has also served as Chairman of the Board.
"We want to extend our appreciation to Mr. Young for his years of service with our organization. The Board is grateful for his dedication and his contributions to the Bank over the last twenty-seven years. We congratulate him on his retirement and wish him well in his future endeavors," stated, Glenn S. Welch, Chief Executive Officer and President of Hampden Bancorp, Inc. and Hampden Bank.
About Hampden Bank
Established in 1852, Hampden Bank is a full service community bank serving the families and businesses in and around Hampden County. The Bank has ten office locations in Springfield, Agawam, Longmeadow, West Springfield, Wilbraham, and Indian Orchard. Hampden Bank offers customers the latest in internet banking, including on-line banking and bill payment services.
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Hampden Bancorp, Inc.
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