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Marine Park

Welcome to the branch

Raise a glass or two in welcome for Joelle Gonzalez, new Marine Park branch manager at TD Bank — “America’s most convenient bank.”

So how convenient is TD Bank? Let me tell you, this branch is located just across the street from Brennan and Carr, Standing O’s fav place to have a roast beef au jus. A roast beef with all the trimmings and a bank loan all at the same time, now that’s what Standing O calls convenient.

Joelle will be responsible for new business, consumer and business lending, and managing the day-to-day operations at the bank. She brings 13 years of lending experience to the position. Prior to joining TD Bank, she served as a manager at Flushing Bank and branch manager at Astoria Federal Savings, both in the borough. Not to let any grass settle under her feet, she also serves on the board for the Senior Umbrella Network of Brooklyn and Midwood Development Corporation, and is a We Are All Brooklyn 2013-2014 Fellow.

Joelle is also a member of the Midwood Merchants Association, the Madison-Marine-Homecrest Civic Association, and the Brooklyn Queens National Organization for Women.

Standing O wishes Joelle a long and happy lending future.

TD Bank [2944 Gravesend Neck Rd. and Nostrand Avenue in Marine Park, (718) 891–3694].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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