Pilgrim Bank Welcomes New Branch Manager

Donna Ouelette brings extensive banking experience, community leadership...
Donna Ouellette has joined Pilgrim Bank as Branch manager in Cohasset (Courtesy photo)

Cohasset, MA – Pilgrim Bank is pleased to welcome Donna Ouellette as Branch Manager of its Cohasset Chief Justice Cushing Way (Route 3A) location. Ms. Ouellette will be responsible for business and retail development throughout the South Shore. 

Ms. Ouellette brings an extensive amount of banking experience to Pilgrim Bank. She began her banking career with Bay Bank and remained through the eventual transition to Bank of America. Most recently, Ms. Ouellette was VP/Head of Community Development and Branch Manager of the NorthEast Community Bank’s Plymouth, MA branch, where she worked until the branch closed in 2017. Her knowledge and experience will be great assets for the Pilgrim Bank customers, community and staff. 

Ms. Ouellette is a strong believer in giving back to her community and has dedicated her time to serving others in a number of ways. She has been a member of the Rotary Club of Plymouth since 2004, where she is a past President and currently holds the position of Treasurer. Ms. Ouellette is also a current Trustee of Pilgrim Hall Museum, our nation’s oldest continually operating museum. Along with holding these esteemed positions, Ms. Ouellette has helped to spearhead a variety of telethons, auctions and other fundraising events for notable causes. 

Founded in 1916, Pilgrim Bank is a local community bank dedicated to serving its communities with the highest level of products and customer service that we call “The Pilgrim Difference.” With two locations in Cohasset, MA, and one in Marion, MA, Pilgrim Bank is a member of FDIC, SIF and an Equal Housing Lender. For more information, please visit www.BankPilgrim.com.

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