FARMINGTON — James “Jamie” Eastlack recently joined the board of directors of Franklin Savings Bank. After longtime board member Richard Walker retired from the board at the end of last year, replacing the seat with a member of the Rangeley community was important to the board of directors, according to a press release from the bank.
“It was a real pleasure to serve as a corporal for FSB,” Eastlack said. “I am honored to have the opportunity to serve on the Board of Directors comprised of other business leaders who ultimately wish to support the bank in its continued expanding customer services.”
Eastlack owns the Morton & Furbish agency in Rangeley and acts as a broker for the agency which manages property and vacation rentals in the Rangeley lakes region. Over the years, Jamie has served the Rangeley community in a variety of roles: Rangeley Rotary, Rangeley Area Health Center Board Member, United Way, and is currently a Trustee of the Kennebec Valley Board of Realtors.
“Jamie has been an outstanding businessman over the years and has never been shy about sharing his thoughts on our banking business with the goal of helping us be the best bank we can be,” said the President and Chief Executive Officer. Franklin Savings Bank executive, Timothy Thompson. “We are delighted to now have Jamie on the board where he directly supports the continued success of the bank.”
He lives in Rangeley with his wife Beth and their daughters.
UScellular donates $20,000 to the Travis Mills Foundation
As part of Kyron Hobdy’s appearance on CBS’ “Undercover Boss” episode on Friday, March 4, a UScellular donation of $20,000 was presented to the Travis Mills Foundation in his name. According to a company press release, UScellular’s Hobdy volunteers with the organization and is deeply passionate about helping veterans and their families.
In attendance were Craig Buck, Chief Strategy Officer of the Travis Mills Foundation, Hobdy and Travis Mills, CEO and Founder of the foundation.
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