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Tompkins Mahopac Bank Appoints Officers

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From left, Lisa Rivera, James McKenna, Kim Spinning and Priscilla Goodall. Credits: Photo Courtesy of Tompkins Mahopac Bank
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MAHOPAC, N.Y.— Tompkins Mahopac Bank  (TMB) of the Hudson Valley has promoted team members Pricilla Goodall, James P. McKenna, Lisa Rivera and Kimberly Spinning, along with the recognitions of Goodall and McKenna with TMB’s Rising Star Award.

Priscilla Goodall has been appointed to senior floating branch banking specialist, including acting as assistant or branch managers as needed, supporting branches’ teller platforms, assisting in branch conversions, planning events, training new employees, auditing branches, reporting and otherwise backing area branches. Goodall also is a recipient of TMB’s Rising Star Award in recognition of her stellar work ethic, values and career movement.

A resident of Garrison, Goodall has 13 years of e xperience in the financial/banking industry and volunteers for Make-A-Wish, Toys for Tots, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center.

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James P. McKenna has been named as marketing officer. In his position, McKenna is responsible for outlining marketing communications concepts throughout Tompkins Mahopac Bank’s 14 branches, including marketing, event-planning and social media work. McKenna also was awarded TMB’s Rising Star Award for his exemplary professionalism, contributions and forward-thinking ideals. He resides in Poughkeepsie.

Lisa Rivera has been named officer, assistant branch manager at the Ossining branch. Rivera oversees day-to-day operations, supports sales processes and works with corporate departments to ensure consistency.

Kimberly Spinning has been named officer, assistant branch nanager at Tompkin’s Mahopac Bank’s Southeast Branch, where she supervises the branch’s operations and works to deepen customer relationships by educating clientele on the bank’s different products and services, and providing appropriate financial solutions.

Spinning, who lives in Wappingers Falls and has been with the bank since 2007, has experience in both operational and customer service relationships. She earned her associate degree in business management at Dutchess Community College, is certified notary public, is involved with Dunk Your Kicks for Kids and participates in corporate fun runs for charity.

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