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Stephanie Andruss, Assistant Vice President, Branch and Business Development Manager for Merrimack County Savings Bank (the Merrimack), will lead the bank’s expansion efforts in Hooksett, overseeing its new office on 360 Londonderry Turnpike, due to open this spring. Andruss will continue to oversee the Merrimack’s other Hooksett office, which is located in the Welcome Center on interstate 93N with a back entrance from Route 3A in Hooksett.
Andruss, who also manages the Merrimack’s Bow branch, will be leaving that office to focus on growing the bank’s presence in Hooksett. “Stephanie has been a familiar face to the Bow community for nearly eight years,” said Linda Lorden, Senior Vice President of Retail Banking. “Her enthusiasm and leadership has been outstanding, which will translate beautifully in the Hooksett community. As an engaged professional, Stephanie leads by example with compassion and energy, which inspires others to want to do the same. She will excel in this position.”
Andruss joined the Merrimack in 2009 as Branch Manager of its Bow office, where she was quickly promoted to Assistant Vice President. In 2015, she added management of the Hooksett Welcome Center Office to her responsibilities. Andruss serves as Treasurer of the Hooksett Chamber of Commerce and is an active member of the Hooksett Kiwanis. Previously, she was a board-member of Green Concord and the Advisory Council for Bow Schools. Andruss is a graduate of New Hampshire Technical Institute and the Northern New England School of Banking.