Pentucket Bank President and CEO Scott Cote and the bank’s Board of Trustees have announced the promotion of three officers.
Stephen Jaskelevicus was promoted to senior vice president/commercial loan officer. Jaskelevicus came to Pentucket Bank two years ago with more than 25 years of commercial lending experience. His primary responsibilities are the origination of commercial and industrial and commercial real estate loans in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. He is a member of the Greater Haverhill Foundation and has served on several other volunteer boards and committees throughout his career.
Susan M. Bonenfant was named vice president/deposit compliance manager and BSA officer. Bonenfant began her career at Pentucket Bank as an investment officer in 2003 and has fulfilled several roles over the past nine years, moving into her most recent focusd on Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), Privacy and Deposit Compliance. She is also known for her extensive community involvement, such as her work on the Elder Service Merrimack Valley Money Management Advisory Council, the Board at Girls Inc., NECC Alumni Advisory Board in Haverhill and serving community meals at the Haverhill Citizens Center. Bonenfant was the YWCA Woman of the Year in 2008. She lives in Plaistow.
Claire Koffman was named vice president/lending compliance manager. Koffman’s most recent role was as the assistant vice president of lending compliance, which she attained after her initial position with the bank in 2006 as lending quality control officer. Her primary role is to develop, administer and monitor programs to ensure Pentucket Bank’s compliance with laws and regulations governing loan operations and loan product offerings. She was the chair of the bank’s Identity Theft Awareness Committee in 2012 and organized the bank’s “Shred Day” last fall. Koffman lives in Bradford.