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Bath Savings Announces Changes to Board

Bath, Maine (November 14, 2017) — President & CEO Glenn Hutchinson announced key changes to the Bank's Board of Trustees. Bath resident, John W. Voorhees was recently elected Chairman. Mr. Voorhees has served on the Bank's Board since 2009. He fills the position created upon the retirement of former chairman, Brian M. Perkins. Esther M. Pappas was elected Vice Chairman.

John Voorhees
John Voorhees

The Honorable John W. Voorhees is the Judge of Probate for Sagadahoc County and maintains his private law practice in Bath. He graduated from Cheverus High School, received an A.B. from Bowdoin College, and earned his law degree from Franklin Pierce Law Center. Voorhees is a past president of the National College of Probate Judges.

President Glenn Hutchinson said, “We are fortunate to have John Voorhees' leadership, knowledge and strong commitment to the community to guide this institution.”

Esther Pappas is a resident of Yarmouth and has served on Bath Savings' Board of Trustees since 1998. She is the Chief Financial Officer of a commercial real estate company owned jointly with her husband. Ms. Pappas earned her B.S. in Business Administration from Bowling Green University.

Erik Hayward
Erik Hayward

Hutchinson further announced the election of Bath Savings' newest trustee, Erik K. Hayward. A resident of Falmouth, Hayward is Senior Vice President at the Libra Foundation where he oversees the Foundation's investment in Pineland Farms. He also serves as President and Treasurer of Libra Future Fund, which awards grants to Maine-based business startups. Hayward was elected to the Bank's Board of Corporators in 2017. A graduate of Yale University, Erik holds a Chartered Financial Analyst designation.

“We are delighted to have Erik Hayward join Bath Savings' Board of Trustees. His strong financial background and commitment to our region will add to the strength we already have on our Board,” stated Hutchinson.

Board members are selected from the Bank's Corporators, and live and work in the coastal communities in the Bank's market region. The trustees deal with a range of policy issues and general oversight of the Bank's business.