St. Mary’s Bank appointed Bill Stevens as the newest member of its Board of Directors in their September meeting.
Stevens, who is president and owner of Harvey Construction Corporation, will fill the spot of a former director who resigned due to ill health.
“Bill, a long-time member of St. Mary’s Bank, is genuinely committed to the mission of our credit union,” said Steve Grzywacz, chairman of the board.
“With his business acumen and deep roots in New Hampshire, he will make a great addition to our board.”
Stevens oversees Harvey’s business and construction operations. Harvey is a leading commercial construction firm. He holds a degree in civil engineering from the University of New Hampshire.
His prior experience includes project management for Holden Engineering and VHB Engineering.
He serves on the Catholic Medical Center Cabinet and as Palace Theatre Trustee Emeritus. He is a member of the Manchester Country Club Finance Committee and NH Associated General Contractors Building and PAC Committee.
The company has been recognized by the American Institute of Architects for the construction of the Boyce Thompson Field House at Phillips Exeter Academy and St. Paul’s. Harvey has also received praise for work on the Currier Museum of Art, Palace Theatre, Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, and the University of New Hampshire, among many others.
St. Mary’s Bank is the first credit union in the nation, founded in 1908. It has 11 branch locations in New Hampshire.