PLYMOUTH – Thomaston Savings Bank has received the PVAC Proud Award from the Plymouth Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
The award is presented monthly to individuals or organizations, nominated by the community, who go “the extra mile” to help the city. Thomaston Savings Bank was selected as the February recipient.
“The bank and foundation were chosen for their generosity, community concern and customer service,” said PVAC Board Chair Bonnie Doughty-Jenkins. “The Foundation has been so generous with its funds to the community over the years. Almost every organization in the city has benefited from their generosity.”
Doughty-Jenkins added that Thomaston Savings Bank has been nominated for the award four times.
“It’s good that they are finally being recognized,” she said.
PVAC department head Brandon Johndro said Thomaston Savings Bank has come to the aid of PVAC during the pandemic.
“Thomaston Savings Bank staff were very helpful when we changed bank accounts during the height of covid,” Johndro said. “They are so generous to the community and well deserving of this recognition.”
The Truman Gustafson PVAC Proud Award is named after Truman Gustafson, who was one of the founders of PVAC when it was established in 1968. The Board of Directors meets to choose the recipient from among the nominees.
Local Police Officer Christopher Latimer received January’s PVAC Proud Award.
Doughty-Jenkins said anyone can nominate someone for this award.
“If there is a member, crew, etc. that you feel has gone above and beyond or a citizen or business that has shown a spirit of helping and helping the community, please let me know. contact or any board member,” she said. noted. “I can be reached by writing to care of PVAC 191 Main St, Terryville, CT.”
For more information about the Plymouth Volunteer Ambulance Corps, visit pvac111.com.
Brian M. Johnson can be reached at 860-973-1806 or email@example.com.