Chris’ positive outlook made him a great fit at Kennebunk Savings from the very beginning – and that was a while ago. He started his banking career with a summer job as bank teller in 1990, before coming to us in 1998. Longtime employees like him form the backbone of the Kennebunk Savings because he’s always recognized that the bank’s strength is its people. Chris says he wants the bank to be known as “the most relationship-driven and results-oriented commercial lending operation in the Seacoast. And that starts with the example I set myself.” When a customer referral comes in from a broker, and the deal is complicated, or the timeframe is tight, he loves being the person in town who gets it done. It’s a personal accomplishment, but a Kennebunk Savings one, too.
Chris lives in Kittery and values the inclusive and family-oriented culture of that community. He especially appreciates the culture and diversity that the Navy and Coast Guard service families bring to it. He’s also spent nine years on the board at York hospital, where he currently sits on the finance committee.
I work with great people, and I think we have great leadership.