June 21, 2017

Inbox [June 21]: News and notes from UniBank, Reliant Medical Group, Worcester Windows, Moore and Campanale, and Worcester County Light Opera Company

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Courtesy Sen. Michael O. Moore and Rep. Kate D. Campanale

From left, Rep. Kate D. Campanale, Department of Developmental Services Commissioner Elin M. Howe, David and Marjorie Cohen, Bill Stock, Seven Hills Foundation, and Sen. Michael O. Moore.

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UniBank names Sam S. Pepper Jr. president & CEO

Timothy P. Wickstrom, chairman of UniBank’s board of directors, recently announced that Sam S. Pepper Jr. has been named president and CEO of UniBank and the bank’s holding company, UFS Bancorp.

He takes over from William M. Mahoney, who is retiring after having served as interim president and CEO since October 2016 and chief financial officer (CFO) for the bank since 2009.

Sam Pepper

“Following a comprehensive search process that was conducted by a team of UniBank board members, corporators and employees, we are confident that Sam Pepper has the knowledge and experience to uphold UniBank’s core values of teamwork, integrity, and excellence, to further strengthen UniBank’s position as the premier bank serving the financial needs of individuals, businesses and communities throughout the Commonwealth,” Wickstrom said.

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