Kennebunk Savings Announces New Board Leadership
Kennebunk Savings, a mutual banking institution headquartered in Kennebunk, Maine is pleased to announce that Milda Castner of Arundel has been elected Chair of its Board of Directors and Matthew Chase of Wells has been elected Vice Chair.
According to President and CEO, Bradford C. Paige, “I am pleased that Milda and Matt have been recognized by their colleagues and selected to provide ongoing leadership and guidance for the organization. Milda and Matt are accomplished leaders who have made significant contributions to the organization during their tenure and their expertise will be critical as we move forward.”
Milda Castner was elected to the Board of Directors in 2010. A founding partner of Bergen & Parkinson law firm in Kennebunk, Castner has been practicing law in Maine since 1983. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Mount Holyoke College in 1978 and her J.D. Degree from Cornell Law School. Her focus is estate planning, probate and trust administration and contested probate matters, and elder law. An advocate for the community, Castner has been involved with the Arundel Planning Board and has served as a member of many local community boards, including the Kennebunk Land Trust, the United Way of York County, Maine Conference of the United Church of Christ, Equest Therapeutic Riding Center and the York County Community College Planned Giving Committee.
Matthew Chase was elected to the Board of Directors in 2010. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Maine in Orono in 1986 with a concentration in Accounting and Finance. Chase has been self-employed since 1989 as a Certified Public Accountant in Wells and from 2002 to 2017, he was also the owner and president of Anchor Fence Company in Kennebunk. Chase has served on the boards of York Hospital and the Wells-Ogunquit Community School District.