.READING - Reading Co-operative Bank announces Gregory Ryan’s induction to Reading Rotary
.READING, MA- Reading Co-operative Bank is pleased to announce that Gregory Ryan, Senior Vice President and Chief Lending Officer, has recently joined the Reading Rotary Club. Rotary provides service in the community, in the workplace, and throughout the world.
“I am looking forward to exchanging ideas and building lifelong friendships with like-minded people through the Rotary community. Rotary is an organization that enables me to give back to the community that I live in by participating in community service projects that address many of today’s most critical issues, such as children at risk, poverty and hunger, the environment, illiteracy, and violence. Its motto ‘Service Above Self’ is truly inspirational.” says Ryan.
Gregory Ryan is a graduate of the American Bankers Association Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a past Board and Executive Committee Member of the Builders Association of Greater Boston and a past recipient of their “Associate of the Year” award. Additionally, he is a former Professor at Endicott College where he taught real estate investment courses. Presently, Ryan is a member of the Massachusetts Bankers Association, the American Bankers Association, and the Risk Management Association.
Ryan currently resides in Reading with his wife and their three children. He is an active member in the community and has been heavily involved in Reading Youth Baseball and Reading Youth Hockey.
Reading Co-operative Bank is a dynamic, 21st-century community bank, founded in 1886 on the principle that profit and growth go hand-in-hand with responsible banking and service to the community. They are a 5-star bank that is rated in the top 7% of banks in the country for overall financial condition by Bauer Financial. Customer Service Specialists can be reached at 781.942.5000, readingcoop.com or by visiting one of the locations in Andover, Burlington, North Reading, Reading, Wilmington or Woburn.