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Lenox National Bank names assistant VPs

Allison Romeo and Pamela Mackie have each been promoted to assistant vice president of The Lenox National Bank by its board of directors, President and CEO Paul C. Merlino has announced.

Romeo has been with the bank for almost 11 years and oversees the proof department, ATM/debit cards, and data processing operations.

A graduate of Lee High School, Romeo also graduated magna cum laude from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, and has received training through the Center for Financial Training.

She lives in Lee with her husband and two children.

Mackie manages the bank’s customer service department, and has been a member of that department for 27 years. She studied business administration at the College of St. Rose and has successfully completed courses through the Center for Financial Training. She also assists the bank’s new customers with new accounts and oversees certificates of recognition and IRAs.

Mackie lives in Lenox with her husband.


4th of July Parade volunteers sought

The Pittsfield Parade Committee is seeking volunteers to serve as banner carriers for the 2014 Pittsfield 4th of July Parade.

Local school-aged children are invited to participate by carrying the banners of parade sponsors. Due to the length of the parade route and the weather, banner carriers should be at least 11 years old.

Those interested in volunteering can call (413) 447-7763, visit the Pittsfield Parade’s website at, or go to the Pittsfield Parade Facebook page.

Great Barrington:

Sales veteran joins Sotheby’s Realty

Andrew James Loholdt has joined William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, the firm has announced.

With 22 years of sales and marketing experience, Loholdt will focus on northern Berkshire County as the company expands into that market.

Loholdt has worked in 15 states including stints in the coastal Carolinas, Georgia and Idaho. Most recently he launched and managed Chapin Sotheby’s International Realty in White Lake, N.Y., which handles real estate needs in New York’s Catskill region.


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