Rockland Savings Bank is pleased to announce that Sarah Ruef-Lindquist, has been named to the bank’s board of directors. Todd Starbird, president and CEO of Rockland Savings Bank, will be welcoming Ruef-Lindquist to her first meeting on Sept. 17.
The first female member of the board of the 130-year-old savings bank, Ruef-Lindquist is a financial advisor and wealth manager at Allen Financial in Camden.
“We are very pleased to welcome Sarah. A proven leader, with a unique understanding of the needs of a community bank and its community and its customers, she is an excellent addition to our board,” said Starbird.
Ruef-Lindquist is a trustee of Unity College, and vice president of the board of the Maine Planned Giving Council. She has served as president of the boards of the Maine Justice Foundation, formerly the Maine Bar Foundation, and of 75 State Street, a senior living facility in Portland. Ruef-Lindquist is a lawyer and has worked as a senior administrative trust officer; she was CEO of the Maine Women’s Fund and worked in donor services for the Maine Community Foundation’s Portland office.
Ruef-Lindquist resides in Camden.
Established in 1888 and with Rockland and Waldoboro locations, Rockland Savings Bank is a small community bank that offers a personal banking experience, committed to exceptional customer service and giving back to the community.