Nancy C. Moon

Nancy C. Moon has been promoted to assistant vice president at Rockville Bank.

As assistant vice president, Moon continues to work as the branch manager of Rockville Bank’s Glastonbury office in The Shops at Addison Village, located at 1009 Hebron Ave. She is primarily responsible for business development and community relations in Glastonbury. She also concentrates on developing commercial and consumer accounts, as well as residential lending. Moon is responsible for providing clients with the best bank product for individual financial solutions, coupled with superior customer service.

Moon has been a branch manager at Rockville Bank for 10 years. Most recently, she was in charge of the bank’s Vernon Circle office. Her 20 years of experience in the banking industry includes five years at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., as well as work at Landmark Bank.

A Manchester resident, she is a member of the Glastonbury Chamber of Commerce and served as treasurer of the Vernon Education Foundation from December 2003 through March 2006.

Rockville Bank is an 18-branch community bank in Connecticut that strives to provide a convenient banking lifestyle for the communities it serves: Coventry, East Hartford, East Windsor, Ellington, Enfield, Glastonbury, Manchester, Rockville, Somers, South Glastonbury, South Windsor, Suffield, Tolland and Vernon. It operates four supermarket locations that are open seven days a week.

Macomber Is ACB Chairman

America’s Community Bankers recently elected a slate of community bankers to be officers of the national trade group in 2007. The elections and installation took place at ACB’s annual convention.

Mark E. Macomber, a Connecticut community banker, is the new chairman of ACB. He is president and chief executive officer of Litchfield Bancorp, a $190 million mutual institution in Litchfield. Macomber has been serving as ACB’s first vice chairman.

Macomber succeeds F. Weller Meyer, who is chairman, president and chief executive officer of Acacia Federal Savings Bank in Falls Church, Va. Meyer becomes immediate past chairman.

Macomber joined Litchfield Bancorp in 1993. He also serves as president and chief executive officer of Connecticut Mutual Holding Co., a $480 million multi-bank mutual holding company that includes Litchfield Bancorp and Northwest Community Bank in Winsted as affiliates.

Prior to joining Litchfield Bancorp, Macomber was state lending director of The Private Bank at Rhode Island Hospital Trust National Bank, an affiliate of Bank of Boston Corp., which had $3.4 billion in assets at the time.

Macomber is a member of ACB’s Executive, Finance and Investment, Federal Home Loan Bank Steering, Government Affairs Steering, Membership, Mutual Institutions, Professional Development and Education committees. He is a past chairman of ACB’s Mutual Institutions Committee and continues as a member of that group.

Macomber also serves on the National School of Banking Advisory Committee, which is actively engaged in promoting and enhancing the role of that school in educating future leaders of the industry. He is a 1981 graduate of the school.

Macomber is past chairman of the Connecticut Bankers Association and a past president of the Connecticut Community Bankers Association. He currently serves on the Connecticut Bankers Association’s Executive Committee and co-chairs its Legislative Committee. Mark is a member of the board of directors of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston and a member of the advisory board for the National Housing Advisory Council for Fannie Mae.

He also serves as a director and treasurer of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation and the Litchfield Historical Society. In addition, he has served as chairman of the Northwest Chamber of Commerce and was honored as Northwest Chamber Person of the Year in 1999.