Chris is a commercial loan officer servicing most of Central Maine, primarily Androscoggin County, and parts of Oxford County. His approach to lending is to have open and honest conversations with clients to find solutions that best fit their needs. He takes pride in being accessible and transparent.
Chris enjoys being an active member of the community, whether through his work as a lender or through his volunteer work. Outside of the office, you will find Chris attempting to keep up with his wife and four kids out in Turner, coaching youth sports, and exploring the great state of Maine and Canada.
I have been with Biddeford Savings/Maine Community Bank for over 38 years and bring 25 years of experience to Residential Lending. I pride myself on guiding my loan customers every step of the way. From application to closing, I am available to help, whether you are a First Time Home Buyer, looking to purchase a new home, or refinancing your current mortgage. I am dedicated to ensuring that my customers have a smooth loan experience.
Outside of work, I currently volunteer with Southern Maine Area Agency on Aging and have volunteered for the United Way of York County over the years. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, and especially my grandchildren.
Jen Sirois has over 20 years of banking experience, including over 15 years in commercial lending. She is responsible for maintaining and growing a portfolio of commercial loans and relationships centered around the southern Maine market area.
Jen earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of New Hampshire and her Master of Business Administration from Suffolk University. She serves on the board of directors for Risk Management Association. She is also heavily involved in local schools, is the co-chair of Friends of Thornton Academy Middle School, and serves as treasurer of Hoops for Hope, a non-profit based in Saco. Jen is a lifelong resident of Saco, where she resides with her husband and two daughters.
Currently located at the Biddeford Savings Kennebunk branch, Naomme manages and continues to grow commercial relationships in Southern Maine and Seacoast New Hampshire, focusing primarily on tailored lending solutions for developing businesses. Successful partnerships bring great satisfaction to Naomme. Starting her banking career as a teller nearly thirty years ago, Naomme will tell you that it’s all about the relationships you develop. “Lending is having a passion to help individuals and businesses while building meaningful relationships. Lending is pretty powerful stuff.”
Naomme resides in Wells with her husband and their two dogs. When she’s not at work, you might find Naomme camping, hiking, boating or otherwise enjoying the great outdoors.
A resident of Scarborough, Cindy works with customers in York and Cumberland County. She takes pride in building strong relationships with her customers and helping their business achieve their goals. Cindy has cultivated many successful development projects. Whether buying, building, or renovating, Cindy is your specialist!
Cindy feels strongly about giving back to the communities where she lives and works. She is on the board of the Maine Children’s Cancer Program and volunteers with her husband at the South Portland Food Cupboard. When she finds time, she spends it with her extended family and black lab, Daisy at camp in Rangeley.
Doug Jones has been meeting the needs of his business customers in commercial banking for 28 years, starting in Cambridge, and for the past 19 years servicing the seacoast New Hampshire to the Greater Portland market as a commercial lender. Doug focuses on helping business owners, that own or invest in commercial real estate, to grow their family wealth on a path to prosperity. Doug serves the Greater Portland area, utilizing his skills to support the commercial lending needs of businesses through working capital, equipment and commercial real estate financing, while also supporting community organizations. Doug is active in community groups in Portland, South Portland and Cape Elizabeth, where he raises his three children with his wife.