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Adds vice president of commercial lending
Millbury Savings Bank has elected Sutton residents David M. Fields and Helder Machado to 10-year terms on its board of corporators, and has added Sutton resident William J. Kerrissey, Jr., as vice president in its commercial lending area.
David M. Fields is managing partner of Wormtown Brewery, LLC, based in Worcester. Operating from their newly renovated and repurposed 10,000 square foot facility on Shrewsbury Street, Wormtown has received national awards and recognition as a top craft brewery in the U.S., including being named Grand National Champion in the 2014 U.S. Open Beer Championship. Prior to starting Wormtown, David was managing partner and president of Consolidated Beverages in Auburn, and before that was the limited partner and director of corporate sponsorship for the Worcester IceCats hockey team. David received a bachelor’s degree in business management from Presbyterian College and a master’s in sports management from Ohio University. He is currently a corporator of the American Red Cross, and is actively involved with the Mark D. Bisnette Memorial Fund, the Holy Name Field of Dreams and Future Fund Committees, and the Friends of Nativity School. He is also on the boards of the Massachusetts Beer Distributors, having previously served as its president, as well as of the National Beer Wholesalers of America. He recently was recognized as one of GoLocalWorcester’s “Worcester’s 25 Wealthiest and Most Influential” and “15 People Who Made a Difference in ’15.”
Helder Machado is president and CEO of Machado Consulting, an information technology consulting practice based in Worcester that he started in 2001. Machado Consulting was recently named to the CRN 2016 Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list in the Pioneer 250 category, which recognizes North American information technology companies with cutting-edge approaches to delivering managed technology services. Helder is also a lieutenant colonel in the Army National Guard and a 28-year combat veteran and recipient of the Combat Infantryman's Badge and has served in Iraq with the highly decorated Third Infantry Division. Helder received an associate degree in engineering from Community College of Rhode Island and a bachelor’s degree with distinction in electrical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). He is also a graduate of the Rhode Island Military Academy Officer Candidate School, the Army’s Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, and the Joint Forces Staff College at Norfolk, VA. Helder’s military awards include the Combat Infantrymen’s Badge, two Meritorious Service Medals, three Army Commendation Medals, two Army Achievement Medals, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Army Good Conduct Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal with three Bronze Stars, and the Kuwait Liberation Medals from both Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. He volunteers at numerous local organizations including Dismas House and Habitat for Humanity, and is a member of the Worcester Armed Forces Committee and a corporator of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Worcester.
William J. Kerrissey, Jr., recently joined Millbury Savings as vice president, commercial loan officer. William brings more than 12 years of banking experience, much of it in the Millbury market, where he is known for building strong customer relationships. Prior to joining Millbury Savings, William was vice president and commercial relationship manager as well as vice president and branch manager with Fidelity Bank’s Millbury office. Before that, he was assistant treasurer and branch manager at Millbury Federal Credit Union. William is currently attending Assumption College, and is highly active in the community. He is chairman of the board of the Blackstone Valley Chamber of Commerce and director of the Worcester Chamber of Commerce. In addition, he is president of Millbury Dollars for Scholars, a member of the Blackstone Valley Education Foundation, and a corporator of Whitin Community Center. In 2011, William was named one of Worcester Business Journal’s “40 under 40”.