SIMSBURY, CT – August 7, 2013 – Simsbury Bank is pleased to announce that Nicole Decker has joined its team as a Mortgage Loan Advisor. Ms. Decker works directly with home buyers and homeowners in Central Connecticut to obtain the financing they need to achieve their goals. Ms. Decker lives in Bristol, Connecticut.
Matt Morrell, Vice President and Home Loan Sales Manager, said, “We are very pleased to have Nicole join us. In her mortgage banking career, Nicole has performed a variety of roles and always worked as an advisor to her customers. Using a consultative approach with her customers, Nicole assists them through the entire process, from analyzing the range of mortgage options appropriate for their needs, to closing the loan.” Ms. Decker said, “I am thrilled to join Simsbury Bank. I share Simsbury Bank’s dedication to their advisor model and I was drawn to Simsbury Bank because of its excellent reputation with its customers as well as the breadth of products they offer for every customer. I am very happy to be a part of the Bank’s growth in mortgage lending.”
Ms. Decker has several years of mortgage origination and processing experience, including managing her own contract firm.
Simsbury Bank is an independent, publicly owned community bank for consumers and businesses based in Central Connecticut’s Farmington Valley. Simsbury Bank’s parent company is SBT Bancorp, Inc. whose stock is traded under the ticker symbol OTCBB: SBTB. The Bank serves customers locally through branches in Avon, Bloomfield, Granby and Simsbury and regionally through mortgage and commercial bankers active throughout Southern New England. Simsbury Bank customers enjoy internet banking and mortgage services at, respectively, www.simsburybank.com and www.simsburybank.com/mortgages. Bank customers have free ATM access at thousands of machines across the country through the SUM program. The Bank offers financial planning, investment and insurance products through LPL Financial and its affiliates, member FINRA/SIPC.
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