Mark Danahy

Mark Danahy

Mark Danahy has joined New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp  as senior vice president of residential lending. In this role, Danahy leads and oversees the mortgage and personal lending programs for Meredith Village Savings Bank, Merrimack County Savings Bank and Savings Bank of Walpole. He is based in Concord, at NHMB’s operations center on 16 Foundry Street.

Danahy is responsible for the development and implementation of the strategic vision for residential lending at MVSB, the Merrimack and Savings Bank of Walpole. In doing so, he will maintain the residential lending policies, products and the technology platforms needed to best serve community banking customers. Danahy will also provide the individual direction of mortgage sales that best align with NHMB’s company values of accountability, mutuality, excellence, respect, integrity, teamwork and stewardship.

“We’re happy to have Mark join our team,” said Gregg Tewksbury, President and CEO of New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp. “His depth of experience leading several mortgage companies and financial institutions makes him uniquely qualified to guide residential lending for our banks into the future. Aligned with our company culture and values, Mark is intensely focused on the customer experience and the well-being of his staff. I’m excited to welcome him aboard!”

“It’s fun to be a part of this organization, with their commitment to the customer and the community,” said Danahy. “Our unique model allows for unmatched support to the local community through volunteerism, monetary contributions and financial expertise. I’m incredibly proud to represent MVSB, the Merrimack and Savings Bank of Walpole.”

Danahy is Board Member and Treasurer of the Mill Hollow Heritage Association, based in East Alstead. He earned his bachelor of science degree in accounting from Virginia Tech and an MBA from George Mason University. Danahy resides in Alstead, NH with his family.

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