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Rockville Bank hires four mortgage professionals

The new appointees will lead Rockville's Northeast offices

Antonios

Rockville Bank hired four mortgage banking professionals to head up the bank's new loan production offices in the greater Boston area and Fairfield County, Conn.

Jim Picciotto and Leonard Tocci joined the bank to oversee the Boston location.

The Connecticut location will be led by Joe Antonios (pictured above), vice president, private mortgage banker. 

Jarret Coleman, a private mortgage banker, also joined the Connecticut office.

The two locations are projected to open in February and will complement Rockville Bank's overall strategic growth plans.

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