Pittsfield Cooperative Bank Announces Promotions

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Pittsfield Cooperative Bank has announced the promotions of two employees.  

Heather Archibald will now serve the 130-year old financial institution as assistant treasurer while Steve Rogers will serve as assistant vice president/branch manager.  

Archibald, an employee of The Pittsfield Cooperative Bank since 1995, most recently held the position of senior accountant. She holds a bachelor's degree from The College of New Rochelle and a Professional MBA from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. She also attended the New England School for Financial Studies at Babson College.

Active in the local community, Archibald volunteers with the Kiwanis Club of Pittsfield, the Dalton American Legion, American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life and the Lee Congregational Choir.

In this role, Rogers will be responsible for managing the bank's Dalton Avenue branch. Prior to this role, he served as a customer service representative and branch Manager. A graduate of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Rogers is active with "Trivia with Double Entendre," hosting events to benefit small businesses and local charities.  He resides in Pittsfield with his wife Meaghan.


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