Three community banks have made charitable donations totaling $1.5 million toward the renovation and expansion of Gloucester’s library.
Gloucester-native Marianne Smith was a college student when she first worked at Cape Ann Savings Bank as a teller. Thirty years and jobs at several other institutions later, she became its first female president, ever.
Marianne Schlichte Smith became the first female president of Cape Ann Savings Bank on Aug. 1 following the retirement of Robert J. Gillis Jr.
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Cape Ann Savings Bank will have a new leader next summer when Marianne Smith takes over as president from Robert J. Gillis Jr., who will retire after more than 45 years at the Gloucester-based bank.
Cape Ann Savings Bank President Harold J. “Bucky” Rogers II will retire, the bank announced yesterday, and Executive Vice President Robert J. Gillis Jr. will take over as his successor.