Local savings bank announces new hire


Anthony (Tony) Mattioli


Thomaston Savings Bank has announced the hiring of Anthony (Tony) Mattioli, vice president, senior commercial loan officer. He will be responsible for commercial business development and loan portfolio management in the Bristol community.

Mattioli brings with him over 30 years of banking experience, with positions ranging from customer service representative to president of the former Valley Bank in Bristol. He began his career in banking in the 1980s at Bristol Savings Bank and most recently he was a commercial loan officer where he managed a large commercial loan portfolio in the Bristol community.

“I am very pleased to become part of the Thomaston Savings Bank team,” said Mattioli. “Being associated with an institution that has remained true to its mission of community banking is both personally and professionally rewarding. I am proud to be associated with Thomaston Savings Bank and commend the bank for their commitment to the Bristol community.”

Along with his many years of banking experience, Mattioli is active and involved in several community organizations including current board chair of the Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce, the Audit and Grant Committees of the Main Street Community Foundation, board member of the Central CT Revolving Loan Fund, board member of the Greater Bristol Development Corporation and board member of the Bristol Industrial Development Corporation. Tony also serves on numerous committees at the Boys & Girls Club and Family Center of Bristol and is a Corporator of Bristol Hospital.

Mattioli has also received many awards for his dedication and commitment to the Bristol community including the Bart Barnes Award from the Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce, the Humanitarian Award from the Boys & Girls Club and Family Center of Bristol and the Spirit of Caring Award from the United Way of West Central Connecticut.

“Our long awaited desire to enter the Bristol market came to fruition when we opened our office on Middle Street in 2012,” said Stephen Lewis, president & CEO of Thomaston Savings Bank. “With our plans to open a second office on Farmington Avenue this coming winter, we are devoting additional resources to the Bristol community. Bringing Tony onboard is further demonstration of our commitment to the Bristol market.”

Mattioli is a graduate of Boston College, Massachusetts School of Commercial Lending and the Connecticut School of Finance and Management. He is the father of two adult daughters and resides in Bristol with his wife.




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