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Trick Of The Trade

Hal Tovin worked for a short while as a salesman after finishing an undergraduate degree in political science at Brown University. Then, he earned an MBA and intrigued by packaged goods marketing, he wound up at General Mills working in the classic Betty Crocker baked goods department, where he helped introduce beloved favorites like the Chewy Granola Bar. In the early 90s, he says, he was “tricked into” banking, and he’s been there ever since. He worked for Belmont Savings Bank President and CEO Bob Mahoney while they were both at Citizens Bank, and when Mahoney moved over to Belmont Savings, Tovin followed him. Now executive vice president and chief operating officer, Tovin says it’s the most fun he’s ever had.

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