Melissa Brugnani promoted to mortgage loan officer at Kennebec Federal Savings Bank, in Waterville

Melissa Brugnani, recently promoted mortgage loan officer at Kennebec Federal Savings Bank. (contributed photo)

Melissa Brugnani, who offers more than 20 years’ experience in banking and a “we treat every customer like family” work sensibility—has been promoted to Mortgage Loan Officer for Kennebec Federal Savings, in Waterville.

In her new role, Ms. Brugnani will professionally assess the credit-worthiness of those seeking various types of individual mortgages in the Waterville/Central Maine area, and match eligible mortgage-seekers with a financial solution thoughtfully designed to meet their individual and/or business needs.

“I am so excited to be promoted to mortgage loan officer, particularly at Kennebec Federal Savings,” said Ms. Brugnani. “KFS has been named a ‘Best Place to Work in Maine’ for six years in a row, and we work hard each day to pass that neighborly, positive, affirming experience along to each and every customer. When you walk in the door here, you become family.”

Allan Rancourt, President of Kennebec Federal Savings, said Ms. Brugnani was promoted to her new position because of her “neighborly professionalism” and passion for customer service. “With Melissa, ‘We treat you like family’ isn’t just a slogan. It’s the way she treats every customer, every day.”

Raised in Livermore Falls, and Massachusetts, Ms. Brugnani served from 2007 to 2017 at The Bank of Canton, in Canton, Massachusetts, and from 1999 to 2007 at Eastern Bank, in Randolph, Massachusetts. She has been employed at Kennebec Federal Savings since moving home to Maine in 2017.

For more information, please contact Rene Turner at Kennebec Federal Savings, 207-873-5151.


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