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GALLERY: Cornerstone Bank Massachusetts

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Cornerstone Bank was formed in 2017, and was built on the foundation of two local, mutual banks joining together—SpencerBANK and Southbridge Savings Bank. Both banks have proudly served and supported their customers and communities in Central Massachusetts since 1871 and 1848, respectively. Individually, each bank made a positive difference in the lives of individuals and business in their communities and together, can make an even greater impact.

On Tuesday December 18, 2018, the branch of Cornerstone Bank, along with the automated teller machine located at
130 West Main Street, Spencer, Massachusetts was permanently closed.

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