BALLSTON SPA – At a recent bank-wide reception, Ballston Spa National Bank honored Marcia Reynolds for 40 years of service with the bank. She is the longest-employed individual currently working at the bank.
“In my 40 years here at BSNB, I’ve seen many changes in banking but BSNB remains a community bank,” Reynolds said in a statement. “It’s been great getting to live and work in the same community in a place that feels like home where employees are valued and appreciated.”
Reynolds currently works as a mortgage lending underwriter and helps families throughout the Capital District become homeowners. She began her career with BSNB as a receptionist in 1976 and throughout the years has held various other positions including bookkeeper, loan interviewer, loan representative and multiple supervisory roles.
Much has changed in banking over the past 40 years, but one thing hasn’t, Christopher R. Dowd, BSNB president and CEO, said in a statement.
“Banking has evolved with significant technological enhancements such as ATMs, the internet, and online banking,” he said. ” Through all this change, Marcia Reynolds has been a constant force, delivering exceptional service to our customers and contributing greatly to BSNB’s performance.
“We congratulate her for her efforts and thank her for being a highly valued member of the BSNB team.”
Reynolds has participated in various volunteer events through the BSNB Volunteer’s in Action program. In 2012 she won an award for her community support with the Ballston Spa Lions Club.
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