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January 29, 2013

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David Randall, who has been with Provident Bank since 1989 and has more than 35 years of banking experience, has been named senior vice president of deposit operations and Bank Secrecy Act officer.

Additional promotions and new job titles announced by Cullen include: Denise Atherton, assistant vice president, compliance officer; Leanne Corning, assistant vice president, branch manager; Jennifer Brown, knowledge officer; Sarah Corneau, operations officer/Bank Secrecy Act specialist; Jeff Eaton, call center manager/officer; Steve Smith, retail officer, branch manager; and Anne Lapointe, vice president and chief talent officer.

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