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Photo via Google Maps; inset courtesy of AnnMarie Spangen
Photo via Google Maps; inset courtesy of AnnMarie Spangen
AnnMarie Spangen became the new branch manager of Apple Bank for Savings’ Bay Ridge branch.

AnnMarie Spangen is the new branch manager of Apple Bank for Savings’ Bay Ridge branch, 426 86th Street in Brooklyn. Spangen, an assistant vice president, has been with Apple Bank for over 20 years and most recently was the branch manager at Apple Bank’s Kings Highway location.

James Matera, executive vice president and head of Apple Bank’s Consumer Banking Division, said, “AnnMarie is an outstanding and dedicated retail banker who has contributed greatly to the bank’s growth in Brooklyn. She has been instrumental in the opening of several new branches and introducing Apple Bank services to an expanding number of local businesses and neighborhoods.”

Spangen first joined Apple Bank in 1996 as an assistant manager. She was promoted to branch manager two years later and was responsible for opening the bank’s new Coney Island branch office on Neptune Avenue at the time.

Spangen became an assistant vice president in 2000, and a year later, became branch manager of Apple Bank’s Kings Highway branch office. She remained at the Kings Highway branch for over 14 years until her appointment as branch manager of the bank’s 426 86th Street location.

Prior to coming to Apple Bank, Spangen worked for Crossland Savings Bank for 22 years, beginning her career in the Flatlands/Ralph Avenue branch. Spangen held various sales positions at Crossland, culminating in serving as assistant manager in the bank’s Avenue U location.

A lifelong Brooklyn resident, Spangen grew up in East Flatbush and graduated from South Shore High School in the Canarsie section of Brooklyn.

 

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