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July 23, 2013

Business briefcase

Rockport Rotary names president

Susan Lovasco of Rockport is the new president of the Rockport Rotary Club. She was installed during the club’s annual awards dinner earlier this month. She has been an active member of the Rotary Club since 2001.

Lovasco, vice president and senior retail and mortgage banking officer at BankGloucester, has more than 41 years of experience in community banking with the past 37 at BankGloucester. Lovasco has worked at just about every position at the bank since joining them in 1977 and became vice president senior retail and mortgage banking officer in 1994. She is a member of the Massachusetts Bankers Association Real Estate Finance Committee and a past member of the Rockport Affordable Housing Committee.

A lifelong resident of Cape Ann, Lovasco is the mother of two adult children and lives in Rockport with her husband Sebastian “Buddy” Lovasco.

In addition to her position at BankGloucester and her service with the Rockport Rotary Club, she is an active member of the ACS Relay for Life’s “Friends for Friends” team, the financial manager for Cape Ann Business Alliance, the financial secretary of Spiran Lodge 98 in Rockport, a past member of the Finance Committee for Holy Family Parish.

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