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Joseph De Vito, president and CEO of The Village Bank, has announced the promotions of Corey Rouleau and Elijah Hopkin as well as the hiring of Valdet Abazi.

Corey Rouleau was promoted to vice president and treasurer in April. Rouleau joined The Village Bank in September 2009 as a staff accountant. In 2014, she was promoted to assistant treasurer/staff accountant, and in 2017 to assistant vice president/staff accountant. In 2019, Rouleau was promoted to assistant vice president/assistant controller.

In her new role, Rouleau will be responsible for overseeing the Bank’s accounting operations and fiscal reporting, with a focus on establishing and meeting financial objectives. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Nichols College and a master’s degree in finance from New England College of Business. The Charlton resident also earned a banking certification in finance and management from the Connecticut Bankers Association.

Elijah Hopkin was promoted to Waban branch manager in April. An Idaho native and Boston resident, Hopkin was hired by The Village Bank in April 2015 and most recently held the position of assistant branch manager at the Auburndale branch office. Previously, he progressed from teller to senior teller to teller supervisor to senior customer service representative. In his new role, Hopkin will foster new customer relationships, share responsibility for the daily branch operations and develop the team at the Waban branch office. He holds degrees from BYU-Idaho and Longy School of Music of Bard College in Cambridge.

Valdet Abazi was hired as Newton Centre branch manager in March. Abazi previously was an assistant branch manager for East Boston Savings Bank and also held positions at Belmont Savings/Peoples United and Brookline Bank/First Commons Bank. Abazi will be responsible for the growth and success of The Village Bank’s newest branch office. The Kosovo native and Framingham resident holds a degree in management and informatics from the University of Pristina in Kosovo.

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