Bank appoints regional VP for northern Maine

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — TD Bank on Aug. 7 named Jason House the regional vice president for northern Maine. 

In this position, House will further grow the commercial and small business banking portfolio in the region, including lending, deposit, foreign exchange, and payment services and solutions.

  A University of Maine at Presque Isle graduate, House joined TD in 2007 and has held a variety of roles within the bank, most recently as the senior relationship manager for northern Maine. He has offices in Presque Isle and Bangor and reports to Larry Wold, market president – commercial of Maine.

  “Jason has leveraged his career at TD Bank and his extensive knowledge of local industries to helping businesses, large and small, grow and flourish in northern Maine,” said Wold. “Jason is a strong advocate for the area and we look forward to his continued success in expanding our commercial portfolio and taking on a larger leadership role within TD.”

  House’s community involvement includes service on the Aroostook Partnership board of directors (past chairman), Maine Forest Products Council board of directors, the Northern Maine Forestry Cluster Group steering committee, the University of Maine at Presque Isle Board of Visitors, the Loring Development Authority Strategic Planning Group and the Presque Isle Fish and Game Club. He formerly served on the steering committee of Momentum Aroostook, the Mapleton Planning Board and the Maine Sporting Camp Association Board of Directors.

  He lives Mapleton with his wife and two daughters.

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