CONCORD — Nancy Mardin, assistant vice president, branch and business development manager for Meredith Village Savings Bank, will retire on Nov. 8, after 15 years with the bank. Mardin was based in the Plymouth office, inside the Hannaford grocery store.

“Nancy’s expertise and capacity to build relationships has been an incredible asset to MVSB,” said Marcus Weeks, senior vice president, senior retail banking officer. “Nancy is a well-respected employee and colleague, who will be sorely missed.”

“I’ve had a wonderful time working at MVSB,” said Mardin. “The bank has always been incredibly generous to our local community and they take good care of their employees. I will miss all the great people I’ve worked with over the years, as well as our many loyal customers, many of whom I call friends.”

Mardin’s career in banking spans 46 years. She joined MVSB in 2004 as the assistant branch manager of Plymouth Main Street. In 2007, she was promoted to branch operations manager, and transferred to the Plymouth Hannaford location in 2011. Mardin was promoted in 2012 to branch and business development manager, and promoted again in 2019 to assistant vice president, overseeing the downtown Plymouth location as well.

Mardin is program director and past president of the Campton Historical Society Board.

For more information about Meredith Village Savings Bank, call 800-922-6872, or visit

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