Webster Bank, a leading bank serving businesses and consumers from Westchester County, N.Y. to Boston, Mass., recently announced three new business bankers to build upon Webster’s already superior customer service.
Annette Larabee, vice president and Relationship Manager joins Webster from Savings Institute. Larabee has vast business banking experience having served as senior vice president and chief loan officer of Connecticut River Community Bank as well as credit department manager at Savings Bank of Manchester. She is based in the Wethersfield, Conn., office, serving Wethersfield, Rocky Hill and Glastonbury, Conn. Larabee is very active in her community, serving as YMCA of Glastonbury Board Chair and is currently Treasurer of the Board of the Glastonbury Chamber of Commerce. A resident of South Glastonbury, Conn., Larabee earned her bachelors degree from Bryant College.
Michael Healy, vice president and Relationship Manager joins Webster from Monson Savings Bank where he served the Western Massachusetts and Northern Connecticut markets. He was previously with CBT, First International Bank and Fleet. He will be based in South Windsor, Conn. Healy is involved in the community having served on the boards of the Hartford, Conn., and Springfield, Mass., Rotary Clubs and chairing the Basketball Hall of Fame Tipoff luncheon the last two years. A resident of Longmeadow, Mass., Healy is a graduate of Western New England College. Jeffrey Taylor, vice president and Relationship Manager joins Webster from Citizen’s Bank.
He has many years of commercial banking and branch banking experience having served as relationship manager as well as area manager for branches. Taylor has also owned his own small business and brings that keen understanding to the table. He will be based in Simsbury, Conn., serving the Winsted, Torrington, Canton, Avon, and Simsbury communities. A resident of Bristol, Conn., Taylor was an Air Operations specialist with the Connecticut Air National Guard and is a graduate of the New England College of Finance.
“All three of these individuals bring extensive market experience and a wealth of knowledge to their teams,” said John Guy, SVP, Business and Professional Banking at Webster. “They have strong roots in their communities as well as proven track records that will help grow businesses as Webster leads the economic recovery throughout the region.”