Thirty-nine years ago when Kathleen Rush took a position at the Everett Bank it was a far different world than it is today.
As a customer sales representative starting out, she came to understand exactly where the rubber hits the road when it comes to dealing with the bank’s depositors as well as those who the bank lent money to.
She also came to understand at an early time in her tenure, how important the Everett Bank is to the community, how important integrity, service, personal care and an interest in this city’s people can be when it comes to running a successful banking institution here.
What Kathy Rush brought to the bank is what the bank succeeds at in ever measure – and what is that – it is the personal touch.
The values of the bank to this community are considerable.
It is friendly. It is trustworthy. It is interested in the city’s well-being. It is above all, devoted to its depositors needs.
Kathy Rush leaves the bank in a far better position than the day she arrived – a true testament to her 39 years!
We wish her many years of health and happiness in retirement.