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About Citizens Bank

We’re proud that we’ve been around since 1931 and of the role we’ve played in so many lives of so many people. Over the years, you’ve allowed us to help you buy homes, grow businesses, and put kids through college.

We’re truly grateful for the opportunity. And we want to say thanks in the best way we can think of: by putting the needs of our customers and our community first.

A Part of the Community Grant Requests

We're proud to be very involved in the communities we serve. As a part of that involvement, we regularly make donations to charitable organizations, especially to the ones that speak to the hearts of our associates. In addition, we believe that helping our community members in the area of Habitability, from homelessness to home ownership and all points in between is the responsibility of local community banks.

It is in these areas that we focus much of our charitable giving. If you'd like to talk more about your organization or would like to request a donation, please click the link below and let us know more.

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Citizens Bank

Board of Directors

Christopher J. Branson

Director since 2015 Chairman of the Board

Thomas A. Hubbard

Director since 1998 Vice Chairman of the Board

Keith A. Lindauer

Director since 2014 President

William R. "Chip" Keller

Director since 2010 Secretary of the Board

Jeffrey A. Banning

Director since 2010

Larry R. Heydon

Director since 2012

John P. Wilkowski

Director since 2016

Jennifer A. Andres

Director since 2017

Jeremiah P. Mills

Director since 2018

Executive Management

Keith Lindauer

President Chief Executive Officer

John Purdie

Senior Vice President Senior Lender and Chief Credit Officer Meet John Purdie

Beth Pedersen

Senior Vice President Chief Financial Officer Meet Beth Pedersen

Mark Lemieux

Senior Vice President Chief Experience Officer Meet Mark Lemieux

Cory Palmer

Senior Vice President Chief Information Officer

Pennie Stancombe

Senior Vice President Chief Human Resources Officer
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  • With a Roth IRA, you typically pay taxes on the money before you contribute to your IRA. This means you generally can make qualifying withdraws once you reach 59 1/2 years of age without paying additional taxes on the distributions.
  • A traditional IRA allows you to direct pre-tax income toward investments that can grow tax-deferred until your retirement. You cannot contribute after age 70 ½ and distribution is required at that age.

Why Choose Citizens Bank?

Since 1931, we’ve put people first. — Our personal banking products are engineered to save you time, money, and most importantly, headaches.

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