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Westfield, MA— Westfield Bank is pleased to announce that Patrick M. Daggett has been

promoted to Assistant Vice President, Digital Banking & Innovation Manager.

Following a very successful internship, Daggett officially began his Westfield Bank career in 2017

as a Management Trainee, and was later promoted to Digital Marketing & Sales Administration

Specialist. In his new role as Digital Banking & Innovations Manager, he will be responsible for

managing the bank’s digital channels, enhancing the customer experience with digital banking

products and services, expanding usage and capabilities of existing technologies, and serving as

project manager for future technologies.

Daggett is a graduate of Westfield State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in

Management and has received several certifications including a Certificate in New and Emerging

Fintech from Harvard University and Certifications in Google Ads and Google Analytics. He is

currently studying for his final exam for the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)


In the community, Daggett has been generous in sharing his knowledge and experience to assist

youth. He has instructed classroom programs related to financial literacy and career development

at West Springfield High School, the Lower Pioneer Valley Educational Collaborative, and Westfield

State University. He also serves as an Assistant Coach for the West Springfield High School

Varsity Soccer Team.

Daggett resides in West Springfield, MA.

About Westfield Bank

Westfield Bank, headquartered in Westfield, Massachusetts, is a federally chartered

savings bank organized in 1853 and is the largest publicly traded bank headquartered in

western Massachusetts. The Bank is a full-service community-oriented financial institution

offering a complete range of commercial and retail products and services. Currently the

Bank has twenty-five branch offices, fifty-two freestanding ATMs, and an additional twentythree

seasonal ATMs and serves Hampden and Hampshire counties in western

Massachusetts and Hartford and Tolland counties in northern Connecticut. The Bank’s

middle market and commercial real estate lending team is based in Springfield,

Massachusetts, and has a general regulatory limit on loans to one borrower of $33.4

million. As of September 30, 2020, the Bank employed over 350 full- , part-time and

seasonal employees, had $2.5 billion in total assets, $2.0 billion in its loan portfolio, and

$2.0 billion in total deposits. The Bank is regulated by the Office of the Comptroller of the

Currency. As a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the Bank’s

deposits are insured up to the maximum FDIC insurance coverage limits.