Fulton Savings Bank Elects Board of Trustees MemberPastor, volunteer firefighter John Canorro joins team
Rev. John Canorro of Fulton has been elected a member of the board of trustees of Fulton Savings Bank, according to an announcement by the bank's chairman of the board, Thomas J. Johnston III.
"We are pleased to welcome Rev. Canorro to the bank board. He is an individual, who through his ministries and volunteer efforts, is well connected to the local community," said Johnston.
Canorro is originally from the Syracuse area and attended East Syracuse-Minoa High School. He is serving as pastor of Holy Trinity Parish in Fulton.
Prior assignments include serving as pastor of St Mary's Star of the Sea in Mexico, St. Anne's in Parish and Christ Our Light parish in Pulaski.
Canorro has also been active as a volunteer firefighter since 2001. Initially, he served as a volunteer firefighter-EMT in the DeWitt Fire District, then with the Mexico VFD and currently with the Volney VFD.
He also serves as chaplain to the city of Fulton’s Fire Department.
“With a caring approach, Father Canorro has served the community through his professional and volunteer work, as well as his extensive pastoral managerial leadership. We are fortunate to have someone of Father John’s caliber join our board of trustees," said FSB President-CEO Michael J. Pollock.
The new trustee has a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Marist College and did volunteer work with the Marist Volunteer Program, working in a parish in Chicago, Ill.
He entered the seminary at St. Mary's Roland Park in Baltimore and was ordained a priest in 2001 for the Diocese of Syracuse.
His first assignment was to Holy Cross Church, DeWitt and Bishop Grimes Junior/Senior High School, East Syracuse.
FSB is a New York state-chartered savings bank with over $375 million in assets.
The bank was chartered in 1871 and is headquartered in the city of Fulton and serves customers from seven banking offices and five Express Banking ATM kiosks in Oswego and Onondaga counties.
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