Senior Manager at The COOP Appointed to Cape Cod Association Board

Association awards approximately $450k to 300 students each year...
John Fulone, Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer of The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod (Courtesy photo)

John Fulone, Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer of The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod, has been appointed by unanimous vote as a member of the Cape Cod Association Board of Directors.

“John brings a great deal of Cape experience from both his professional life and Board experiences,” said David “Woody” Foster Jr., President of the Cape Cod Association Board of Directors. “I look forward to getting to know John more in the months ahead, and we’re thankful for his commitment of time and energy to such an old and worthy Cape institution.”

For over 165 years, the Association has been investing in the lives of Cape Codders by awarding college scholarships to high school seniors, native to Cape Cod. It’s a supporting organization of The Cape Cod Foundation and awards approximately $450,000 to nearly 300 students each year across the Cape & Islands.

“I’m honored to be joining this long-established and well-respected organization,” said Fulone. “I’m excited about getting to know the board and helping them continue the mission of the Cape Cod Association.”

The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod is an independent, local, mutual community bank with over $900 million in assets. Established in 1921, the bank is committed to investing in the Cape Cod community where we live and work. The bank is headquartered in Hyannis with branches on Route 6A in Yarmouth Port, East Dennis and West Barnstable; in Sandwich at 275 Cotuit Road; in Hyannis at 695 Attucks Lane in Independence Park; in East Harwich at 1470 Orleans Road/Route 39; in North Falmouth at 660 North Falmouth Highway; in Falmouth at 238 Worcester Court; and in Marstons Mills at 3878 Falmouth Road.  For more information, please visit www.mycapecodbank.com, www.facebook.com/mycapecodbank, or call 508.568.3400.


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