Roraback is new vice chairman of Torrington Savings Bank Board of Trustees

Published on Tuesday, 11 September 2018 21:40
Written by the Torrington Savings Bank

TORRINGTON - The Torrington Savings Bank’s Board of Trustees recently voted to appoint Charles E. “Chip” Roraback vice chairman.

Roraback, a lawyer, was selected as a corporator of Torrington Savings Bank in July 1997. In February 2007, he was appointed a trustee.

“We are pleased to appoint Attorney Roraback as vice chairman of the Board of Trustees for Torrington Savings Bank,” said Edwin G. BoothJr., chairman of the board. “His years of experience on the board and his dedication to the community makes him an asset to the bank’s board.”

Roraback is a partner of the Law Firm Roraback & Roraback in Torrington.

He is also a director of the Connecticut Junior Republic and the secretary of the board at the Torrington Library.

Posted in The Bristol Press, General Business on Tuesday, 11 September 2018 21:40. Updated: Tuesday, 11 September 2018 21:42.