Primary Bank opens new location on Elm Street

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From left, Dallas Lagerquist, VP, Business Development; Bill Stone, President & CEO and Erica Candage, AVP, Manchester Branch Manager. Courtesy Photo

MANCHESTER, NHPrimary Bank announces the opening of a new branch location at 1662 Elm St.

Located just off the Amoskeag Bridge, this full-service branch is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon. – Fri., and has plenty of free off-street parking. This new location offers the same products and services as our Bedford headquarters, including consumer checking and savings products; CDs and IRAs; commercial checking and savings products; merchant services and commercial lending.

“Having a physical presence in Manchester is important, so the local business community knows that we are committed to the local market and interested in serving their needs. There is a vibrant New Hampshire community here and Primary Bank knows that it’s our responsibility to help ensure that it stays that way,” said Primary Bank’s President and CEO, Bill Stone. “It’s very exciting that we are able to work with the New Hampshire clients in achieving their success.”

Primary Bank’s Manchester location, 1662 Elm St. Google Maps

Primary Bank team members at the Manchester location include Erica Candage, AVP/Branch Manager; Kim Gray, Assistant Branch Manager; James Goodhue, VP/Commercial Loan Officer; Jessica Cabinta, VP/Commercial Loan Officer; Rebecca Wragg, Senior Branch Service Associate and Jacob Brahm, Branch Service Associate. Stop by to learn more about our Grand Opening Product Specials!

About Primary Bank

Primary Bank, opened in 2015, is New Hampshire’s newest state-chartered, FDIC-insured bank. The locally owned and operated community bank is known for its pursuit of keeping dollars local to support local businesses and strengthen the New Hampshire economy. Primary Bank delivers a wide range of financial services for businesses and individuals throughout Southern New Hampshire. For more information please visit