Amanda Dyer named as Norway Savings Bank’s Freeport Branch Manager

NORWAY, Maine – Norway Savings Bank is pleased to announce that Amanda Dyer has recently been promoted to Branch Manager of the Freeport office.

Dyer joined Norway Savings Bank in 2011 as a Financial Solutions Specialist at the Yarmouth office before working her way to Assistant Branch Manager of the Freeport office in January, 2017. Dyer is a true believer in the Bank’s achievement and support culture, always providing exceptional service to customers and employees. She is involved in a number of the Bank’s committees and is committed to sharing the Bank’s culture with fellow NSB employees as a Culture Buddy.

Outside of work, Dyer lives her life in color with her family and as an active member of the Freeport Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce and Junior Achievement, where she has been a classroom volunteer for 8 years. Dyer has also been heavily involved in the annual Yarmouth Clam Festival for many years.

About Norway Savings Bank
Founded in 1866, Norway Savings Bank is a leading mutual banking and financial services company headquartered in Norway, Maine. As of December 31, 2017, Norway Savings Bank had $1.135 billion in total assets and provides financial services to over 38,000 households throughout western and southern Maine. Norway Savings Bank has 24 branch locations and operates divisions in asset management, personal banking and business banking. In 2016, Norway Savings Bank was honored as one of the Best Banks to Work For by American Banker and Best Companies Group as well as one of the Best Places to Work in Maine. In 2013, Norway Savings Bank received the Governor’s Award for Business Excellence and has been recognized as one of the healthiest companies in America by the Wellness Council of America (WELCOA) as a two-time Gold-Level Well Workplace award recipient.  BauerFinancial has designated 5-Star Norway Savings Bank the “Best of Bauer” for earning and maintaining its highest 5-star rating for 25 continuous years or longer.  For more information, visit