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September 25, 2018

Fulton Savings Bank Elects Pamela Caraccioli To Board Of Trustees


FULTON, NY – Pamela D. Caraccioli of Oswego has been elected a member of the board of trustees of Fulton Savings Bank, according to an announcement by the bank’s Chairman of the Board, Brian A. Caswell.

Pamela Caraccioli

Pamela Caraccioli

“We are pleased to welcome Pam Caraccioli to the bank board. She is an individual who is not only well known and active in community service but is a leader in business and industrial development in the region,” said Caswell.

Caraccioli is currently serving as deputy to the president at SUNY Oswego, overseeing and coordinating all economic development activities on behalf of the college.

Prior career experience includes work as an independent consultant and facilitator with government, business and industry, as deputy director of Operation Oswego County, Inc. and as an adjunct professor at SUNY Oswego.

She currently serves as a trustee and past board chair of Oswego Health, is a board member of Northern Oswego County Health Services, Inc. and for several years served as a member of the board of the Port of Oswego Authority.

“Throughout her career, Pam Caraccioli has had extensive experience in business, especially here in Oswego County. Couple this with her involvement with many local community organizations, we are fortunate to have someone of her caliber join our board of trustees,” said Fulton Savings president and CEO Michael J. Pollock.

The new trustee has a bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara and received her master’s degree in public administration at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School.

Fulton Savings Bank is a New York State chartered savings bank with more than  $371.6 million in assets.

The bank is headquartered in the city of Fulton and serves customers from seven full-service banking offices and five express banking ATM kiosks.

Deposits are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to the limits allowed by law.

The bank is an equal housing lender.

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