We are proud to announce the promotion of Stacy Trites to Senior Vice President, Senior Retail Banking Officer. She currently serves as Assistant Vice President, Branch & Business Development Officer for the Bank’s Moultonborough branch office. She will assume her new role in October and will succeed Marcus Weeks, who was recently announced as the next MVSB President.
Trites will oversee all retail banking activities for MVSB, which includes supervising the branch and business development teams and leading the Bank’s product and service sales and customer support.
“Over the past decade, Stacy has been a vital contributor to our growth and success of MVSB and we are excited to honor her hard work and passion with this promotion,” said Weeks. “She empowers her employees to learn and grow, has been deeply involved in the local communities, and has developed meaningful relationships with our customers. We look forward to continuing to grow under her leadership.”
“The thing I enjoy most about working at MVSB is the relationships we build and that there is a true sense of care in everything we do,” said Trites. “Although I will certainly miss working closely with customers day-to-day at the branch, I look forward to ensuring the continued personalized community banking that MVSB is known for and to helping fine tune our products and services to support customers with their financial needs.”
Trites joined MVSB in 2009 as a part-time teller in the Wolfeboro office and has held several retail leadership roles with the Bank. She was promoted to Branch Service Supervisor at the Laconia office in 2013 and to Branch & Business Development Manager at the Moultonborough Office in 2016. In 2020, she was promoted to her role of Assistant Vice President, Branch & Business Development Officer.
In the community, Trites serves as a trustee for the Eastern Lakes Region Housing Coalition Beck Memorial Fund and treasurer of the Kingswood Vocational Student Building Trust. She is also a past chair of the Governor Wentworth Regional School Board and a graduate of the Leadership Lakes Region program.
Trites holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Journalism from the University of New Hampshire and she recently graduated from the rigorous New England School for Financial Studies program at Babson College. She grew up in the Lakes Region and currently resides in Wolfeboro where she enjoys spending time on the lake with her husband Tom and their three daughters.