The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod has named six new corporators to the bank, according to a statement.
The new members are John Allen, executive director of the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum Foundation; Gene Guill, managing partner of GPS Risk Management Advisors LLP; Beth Marcus, business manager and owner of Cape Cod Beer; Rob McPhee, president of McPhee Associates of Cape Cod; Aaron Polhemus, president and CEO of Polhemus Savery DaSilva Inc.; and Anne Van Vleck, chief development officer of Housing Assistance Corp., according to the statement.
Corporators serve as public ambassadors for the bank, representing it as a leader and influential member of the community. They have no voting powers, nor are they compensated for their role.
Established in 1921, the Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod has more than $900 million in assets and is headquartered in Hyannis.
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Editor's note: the original version of this story misspelled Polhemus Savery DaSilva Inc. It has been corrected.