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Farmington Bank Opens Rocky Hill Branch

Farmington Bank's new Rocky Hill branch office at 366 Cromwell Ave.
Farmington Bank's new Rocky Hill branch office at 366 Cromwell Ave.

Farmington Bank announced that it is opening a new branch office in Rocky Hill, CT on Thursday, January 23. 

The branch is located at 366 Cromwell Avenue.

“Farmington Bank’s branch office in Rocky Hill continues our 163-year tradition of operating as a full-service community bank with a complete line of consumer and commercial banking products,” said John J. Patrick, Jr., chairman, president and CEO of Farmington Bank.  “In addition, we look forward to partnering with the community through the philanthropic activities of the Farmington Bank Community Foundation and the volunteer efforts of our Farmington Bank employees.”

Farmington Bank’s Rocky Hill branch office is designed in a modern, customer-friendly setting with approximately 1,800 square feet of main floor space and an attached drive thru window. 

Leading Farmington Bank’s Rocky Hill branch office is Branch Manager, Geena Dinos. Dinos previously served as the assistant manager of Farmington Bank’s Wethersfield branch.

To mark its new presence in Rocky Hill, Farmington Bank will host a month-long Grand Opening at the branch office located at 366 Cromwell Avenue from February 3 through March 1. The month-long celebration will include daily prizes and a series of Saturday events suited for all ages or the entire family.

Farmington Bank is a full-service community bank with 22 branch locations throughout central Connecticut. Established in 1851, Farmington Bank is a diversified consumer and commercial bank with an ongoing commitment to contribute to the betterment of the communities in our region. Farmington Bank, with assets of $2.0 billion, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of First Connecticut Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ Global Select Market: FBNK). For more information about Farmington Bank, visit farmingtonbankct.com.

 




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