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The board of trustees of Millbury Savings Bank recently selected a new chairman in Peter F. Keenan, Jr., of Sutton. The bank also recently elected J. Michael Grenon of Northborough as a trustee, and Craig L. Blais of Sutton and Timothy Rassias of Holden as corporators.
Peter has been elected chairman of the board of trustees. He has served as a member of the board for nine years and as a bank corporator since 1983. He is a partner in the Millbury law firm of Keenan and Trudell, concentrating in estate planning, estate administration, real estate, and real estate development. Peter received his juris doctor degree from Suffolk University School of Law, and earned a bachelor of arts from the College of the Holy Cross. He is a member of the board of directors of the Kennedy-Donovan Center and a member of various bar association committees and community organizations.
Mike was elected a bank corporator in 2011, and now has been elected to the board of trustees. He is vice president and a principal of Grimes and Company, Inc., a registered investment advisor located in Westborough, and is a Certified Investment Management Analyst (CIMA). Mike is a graduate of Villanova University, earning a bachelor of arts in Economics, as well as Worcester Academy. Currently, he serves on the board of Worcester Academy where he chairs the investment committee and serves on the executive committee; is vice president of Catholic Charities of Worcester’s board and serves on their executive, nominating, and finance and investment committees; and serves on the investment committee for St. Joseph’s Abbey and the Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts. Mike is a past president of both the Worcester Economics Club and the Worcester Young Businessmen’s Association.
Craig currently serves as president and chief executive officer of the Worcester Business Development Corporation (WBDC), overseeing the $10 million non-profit corporation. Prior to joining the WBDC, he held several economic development positions in the city of Worcester, including chief development officer, and oversaw a variety of major infrastructure enhancement projects. He also served as a three-term selectman, including three years as chairman, in the town of Auburn. Craig earned both his master of public administration and his bachelor’s degree in political science from Framingham State University. He currently serves as a member of the board of directors of the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Worcester Regional Research Bureau, and the Central Massachusetts Biomedical Initiative, and is a member of the board of trustees of Worcester State University.
Tim also has been elected a bank corporator. He is owner and managing partner of several central Massachusetts businesses, including Safeway Luxury Transportation, a full-service, non-emergency medical transportation company with 40 employees, and SpringHill Recovery Center, a 70-acre campus that provides residential substance abuse programs as well as clinical, mental health, and well-being services. Tim earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He is treasurer and a member of the executive committee and board of governors of Tatnuck Country Club, a coach for Holden Little League baseball, a board member of various neighborhood associations, and was previously a football coach for the Worcester Cowboys.