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Torrington Savings Bank Announces New Chief Financial Officer

TORRINGTON, Conn., Jan. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Torrington Savings Bank, Northwest Connecticut's premier mutual savings bank, a leading provider of home mortgage loans and deposit products, today announced Lesa A. Vanotti, previously Vice President and Controller of the Bank, has taken over the role of Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.


Ms. Vanotti has worked at Torrington Savings Bank since 1996 when she joined the bank as an Accounting Assistant.  She has held various roles since then, including her most recent post as Vice President and Controller.  Ms. Vanotti is also a Torrington native, having attended Torrington High School and Post College.  She holds her Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of Connecticut. She is on the board of the Community Health and Wellness Center Holding Company and is a member of the Institute of Management Accountants and the Financial Managers Society.


Chartered in Connecticut in 1868, Torrington Savings Bank is one of the longest established banks in Connecticut with $795 million in assets.  As a mutual savings bank, TSB is conservatively guided, strongly capitalized, safe and secure; and managed according to the best interests of its local communities. Torrington Savings Bank's mutual status allows it to provide attractive rates to its customers. Headquartered in Torrington, CT where it has three offices, the bank has additional offices in Burlington, Goshen, Falls Village, and New Hartford, CT.

Media Contact: Wendy Healey, Torrington Savings Bank, 860-496-2152,

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