NORWAY – Norway Savings Bank has promoted Cindy Hakala to South Paris branch manager, and Amy Marshall to assistant vice president and Bethel branch manager.

Hakala began her career with Norway Savings Bank as a teller in the Norway office in 2006. She was promoted to customer relations supervisor of the Oxford branch, where she has been since 2007. Hakala brings management experience to her new position at the South Paris Branch. She served as store manager at Hannaford stores for years. She lives in the Oxford Hills area and is a volunteer with Kiwanis and Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School activities.

Marshall began her career with Norway Savings Bank in 1999 as a customer service representative in the bank’s Oxford branch, located inside Wal-Mart. She moved up through the branch, serving as a supervisor and then branch manager by 2002. In 2006, she transferred to the bank’s South Paris branch as business development officer. In her most recent position with the bank, Marshall returned to the Oxford branch as branch manager.

Marshall is a resident of the Bethel area. She participates in bank committees and volunteers with the Rotary Club and March of Dimes.

Hayden joins Stephens Mem.

NORWAY – Kathy Bonney, RN, MSN, vice president of performance improvement at Western Maine Health, announces that Christine Hayden, LPN, BSCH, has been hired as health educator for the new MaineHealth Learning Resource Center at Stephens Memorial Hospital.

Hayden has more than 16 years of experience as a health educator. Prior to joining SMH, she worked for the city of Portland in health promotions and has been working as a consultant for several years, educating the community on topics from skin cancer to colon cancer, working with the Maine Breast and Cervical Cancer Center and the Maine Cancer Consortium.

She is an LPN by training and earned her bachelor’s degree in community health and health education from the University of Maine at Farmington.

She lives in Auburn with her husband.

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