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Wojtaszek promoted to vice president at Greylock

James H. Wojtaszek has been promoted to senior vice president, innovation and business intelligence at the Greylock Federal Credit Union, the financial institution has announced.

He will be responsible for expanding the credit union's management of data to drive decisions and bring innovative products to market. Wojtaszek had previously served as vice president of marketing and public relations.

Wojtaszek has as been with Greylock since 1992. He lives in Cheshire with his wife, Deborah. He previously resided in Adams where he was a town meeting member and served on many town committees.


Goyette joins Steepleview Realty as broker/associate

Ruth M. Goyette has joined Steepleview Realty as a broker associate, the company has announced.

A native of Dalton, Goyette became a licensed real estate salesperson in 2015. She worked in the restaurant management field for over 25 years.

She graduated from Berkshire Community College with a degree in hotel/restaurant management, then moved to Southern California for six years before returning to the Berkshires. Goyette has lived in Lanesborough for the past 15 years.

Two promoted at Adams Community Bank

Kristin Bona has been promoted to business relationship officer and Nancy Hubbard to administration officer at Adams Community Bank.


Bona, who joined the bank in 1998, is responsible for growing new relationships as well as deepening existing relationships. A graduate of Berkshire Community College, where she received her AS in business careers, Bona has worked in various departments for the bank over years. She resides in Clarksburg with her husband.

As administration officer, Hubbard is responsible for supporting the president and CEO and the bank's senior management staff. She also serves as liaison to the board of trustees.


Porchlight creates fund in honor of Audie Furgal

Porchlight VNA/Home Care has created a permanent fund in the memory of the late Audrey "Audie" Furgal, who died in 2012.

The organization created the fund following four successful years of the Audie Furgal Tennis Classic. Information: