Jeff is a 14-year commercial banking veteran with expertise in the agricultural & forestry industries as well as transportation, construction and commercial real estate. He is currently employed as Vice President & Commercial Relationship Manager at TD Bank, N.A., responsible for servicing the business banking needs, including commercial loans and credit facilities of commercial clients across the Northern Maine market and the Greater Bangor Region. He currently manages a $120.0 million commercial loan portfolio.
Before joining TD Bank, Jeff served as Vice President, Commercial Services Officer at Katahdin Trust Company in Presque Isle. Prior to his career in Banking, he worked at Maine Public Service Company in various capacities in the Engineering and Economic Development Departments.
Active in his community, Jeff is the President of the Northern Maine Community College Foundation Board and a member of the Bangor Rotary Club. He has served on the Board of Commissioners of the Presque Isle Housing Authority and Chaired the Finance Committee. He is a Past President, Treasurer, Auction Chair, and Special Project Chair of the Presque Isle Rotary Club. Jeff co-chaired the 2014 Presque Isle Rotary Club Special Project that raised over $400,000 to construct the new Presque Isle Community Center.
In addition, Jeff has been a member of the Credit Review Committee of the State of Maine Department of Agriculture, Potato Marketing Improvement Fund, since 2010. He has also has served on the boards of the Northern Maine Fair Association, the Local Workforce Development Board and the Presque Isle Tax Assessment Review Board. He has been an active volunteer with Boy Scouts of America, serving as Treasurer, Cubmaster and Den Leader with the Mapleton Cub Scouts, Pack 170. He is now getting involved as Assistant Scout Master with Troop 301 in Bangor.
Pangburn moved to Bangor with his wife Nora and their three children in December 2017. He received a Master of Science in Business from Husson College and an undergraduate degree from the University of Maine at Farmington. Pangburn grew up in Mars Hill and graduated from Central Aroostook High School.
On what brought him to the SC: “The BRLI experience was extremely beneficial in that it helped me learn much more about what the Greater Bangor Region has to offer. I was able to build a diverse network of other professionals in a variety of industries and points in their careers. And I was able to learn more about myself and ways to refine and improve my leadership style. I would highly recommend participation in the program and am excited to continue my involvement through the Steering Committee.”