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Westfield, MA— James C. Hagan, President and CEO of Westfield Bank, is pleased to announce the promotion of Kianna Fontaine to Assistant Branch Manager of the Bank’s 1500 Main Street branch in Springfield. She will assist in managing all areas of the branch including customer service, retail and business product sales, employee development, and general operations.


Fontaine holds an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration from Holyoke Community College. She began her banking career in 2016 and joined Westfield Bank in 2021 as a Head Teller at the Bank’s47 Palomba Drive location in Enfield.


“Kianna is an enthusiastic and outgoing individual who always puts the customer experience above all else,” said Laurie Davison, VP, Regional Manager. “She has an insatiable drive to learn and excel, and we are beyond excited to have her at Tower Square.”


Fontaine resides in Feeding Hills, 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-one ATMs, and an additional thirty 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 $36.6 million. As of December 31, 2021, the Bank employed 329 full and part-timeemployees, had $2.5 billion in total assets,

$1.9 billion in its loan portfolio, and $2.3 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. To learn more, visit the bank’s website at