Beware of text messages claiming that your debit card will be deactivated unless you call customer service. Phishing text messages are becoming an increasingly common method for fraudsters to gain access to confidential information. Chelsea Groton Bank will send text notifications for suspected fraud, but we will never call and request that you provide your full card number to us over the phone. For more info read our blog post “Banks Never Ask That”.
Chelsea Groton is well-positioned to continue to serve our community for generations to come. Read more from Anthony Joyce, President and CEO, on why you can feel good about banking with us.
I started my career at Chelsea Groton in 1994, and worked in both the lending and retail departments early on. In 2001, I helped start Chelsea Groton’s business banking department, where I continue to develop and service new and existing relationships by providing clients with the products and services that will best benefit their needs.
I am a lifelong resident of Waterford, where I currently live with my wife, two daughters and rescue dog.
I earned an associate’s degree at Mitchell College and a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Connecticut State University. I am also a graduate of the Connecticut School of Finance and Management.
Helping out in the community is important to me. I serve on the board of United Cerebral Palsy and St. Sophia’s Endowment fund.
When not working or volunteering, I enjoy watching my daughters play high school and travel sports, working on DIY projects, getting in rounds of golf, and spending time with friends and family.