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Cambridge Trust Company Names New Senior Vice President
Tuesday, August 07, 2012
David G. Strachan, Jr., Senior Vice President and Trust Officer at
Cambridge Trust Company
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Cambridge Bancorp (OTCBB: CATC) and its subsidiary, Cambridge Trust Company, announced the promotion of David G. Strachan, Jr. to senior vice president and trust officer. Mr. Strachan, who has been with Cambridge Trust since 1996, will also serve as the Head of Trust Administration.
"David has been a major contributor to the growth of our Wealth Management business and I look forward to working with him in this new role." said Michael A. Duca, executive vice president of wealth management at Cambridge Trust Company.
Mr. Strachan is a member of the Boston Estate Planning Council and Treasurer of the Essex County Estate Planning Council. He is also President of the Wellmet Project, Inc. and Chairman of the Topsfield (MA) Commissioners of Trust Funds.
Mr. Strachan received a B.A. degree in History from St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York. He is also a graduate of the American Bankers Association's National Graduate Trust School and Private Wealth Management School, and Boston University's Certified Financial Planning Program. He received the Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA) designation in 1995. Mr. Strachan resides in Topsfield with his wife Susan and their three children.
About Cambridge Trust Company
Cambridge Bancorp and its subsidiary, Cambridge Trust Company, are based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in the heart of Harvard Square. Cambridge Trust Company is a 122-year-old Massachusetts chartered commercial bank with $1.4 billion in total assets and 11 Massachusetts locations in Cambridge, Beacon Hill, Belmont, Concord, Lexington, Lincoln, and Weston. Cambridge Trust Company is one of New England’s leaders in wealth management with $1.7 billion in client assets under management. In addition, Cambridge Trust Company of New Hampshire offers wealth management services at two New Hampshire locations, Concord and Portsmouth.
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