Barrington man honored by Citizens Bank

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Citizens Bank recently honored colleagues and retirees with 25 or more years of service including Barrington resident Jonathan Nicholson.

The employees were recognized during a “Brick Dedication Ceremony” at One Citizens Plaza in Providence.

This year’s ceremony honored 117 colleagues from New England, the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest. Each honoree was given a brick with their name engraved on it that to be placed outside the plaza as a permanent part of Citizens’ history.

This was the 14th anniversary of the “Brick Dedication Ceremony” held during Citizens’ 19th annual Colleague Appreciation Week.

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