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Greylock Federal Hires Senior Vice President, CFO

John T. Knierim

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Federal Credit Union hired John T. Knierim as senior vice president and chief financial officer. He replaces outgoing CFO John S. Rys who retired from his career after 10 years of service with the credit union.

"I am pleased to have someone with John's education, skills and experience join our management team," President Marilyn L. Sperling said. "John brings a strong understanding of finance and strategy that will help guide Greylock into the future."
 
Knierim began his banking career 28 years ago with the Milford National Bank and Trust Company as a loan officer after graduating from the State University of New York at Binghamton with a Bachelor of Arts in economics. His accomplishments and operating experience includes working within the disciplines of strategic planning, finance, accounting, investment portfolio management, consulting and service as a liaison with federal and state regulators and banking compliance auditors. Knierim is a level lll candidate in the Chartered Financial Analyst program at the CFA Institute, formally the Association for Investment Management and Research.
 
Outside of banking, Knierim plays the piano, enjoys hiking and is active in his home town in eastern Massachusetts. He looks forward to relocating to the Berkshires and becoming involved with the community.
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