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Mr. Angelo C. Stracuzzi

President and Chief Executive Officer

Greylock Federal Credit Union

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Greylock Federal Credit Union

Greylock Plaza 150 West St

Pittsfield, Massachusetts 01201

United States

Company Description

Greylock Insurance Agency is one of the Berkshires' fastest-growing agencies. We are successful because we offer the very best service and convenience, expert advice and a complete, competitive product line. We continuously make significant investments in ... more

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Background Information


Board Member
Berkshire Chamber of Commerce Inc


Community Support and Personnel Committee


Loan Policy Committee Committee


New England School of Banking at Williams College

Pittsfield High

associates degree

Berkshire Community College

bachelors degree

business administration

Southern Vermont College

Web References (197 Total References)

Berkshire Blog®™ [cached]

According to The Eagle's published report from November 11, 2010 written by reporter Conor Berry, Mr. Nilan was "admonished for mishandling the case of Angelo C. Stracuzzi, the former CEO of Greylock Federal Credit Union."

In a statement issued at the time by the Mass. Probation Department and reported in The Eagle, MPD's investigators wrote: "The (Stracuzzi) case was misclassified and did not follow probation standards, which require avoidance of any actions that suggest or imply a lack of impartiality and avoidance of any conflict of interest."
Berry reported: "Stracuzzi resigned from the Pittsfield-based (Greylock Federal) credit union in June (2010) after The Eagle exposed his criminal background and personal and professional relationship with (Clifford J.) Nilan, a member of Greylock's board of directors while Stracuzzi was on probation with Nilan's department." Berry reported: "Stracuzzi resigned from the Pittsfield-based (Greylock Federal) credit union in June (2010) after The Eagle exposed his criminal background and personal and professional relationship with (Clifford J.) Nilan, a member of Greylock's board of directors while Stracuzzi was on probation with Nilan's department."
According to Berry, "Following a review of Stracuzzi's case, which was transferred from Maine to Berkshire Superior Court in 2005, probation officials now acknowledge the case 'was not handled in compliance with the practices, policies and guidelines of the Office of the Commissioner of Probation.'"
THE PLANET considers instructive this piece of recent local history: When (Clifford) Nilan learned that his buddy, then president of Greylock Federal Credit Union, Angelo Stracuzzi, had been arrested in July 2005 on consecutive days, charged by Biddeford, Maine, police with four counts involving the molestation of teenage boys, (Clifford) Nilan said and did nothing, either as an officer of the court or as a member of the Greylock board. (Clifford) Nilan said nothing.
Labels: Angelo Stracuzzi, Berkshire Eagle, Chris Speranzo, Clifford Nilan, Conor Berry, Dan Valenti, Greylock Federal Credit Union, Mass. Probation Dept., Meredith Nilan, Peter Moore, Timothy J. Shugrue
"The publisher barred us from reporting the awful details in the CEO story" writes Conor M. Berry, former senior crime reporter for The Berkshire Eagle, explaining how The Eagle's publisher and CEO, Andrew Mick, directly interceded to limit not only the scope of Mr. Berry's reportage but also exactly which details were to be given to the public (and, more importantly, which were not) regarding two pedophilia cases involving Angelo Stracuzzi, one of Berkshire County's then most powerful civic, political, and business figures.
Mr. Stracuzzi was also CEO of a bank the advertising dollars from which were (then and now) largely responsible for keeping The Eagle afloat.
Angelo C. Stracuzzi, former president and CEO, Greylock Federal Credit Union
>State of Maine v. Angelo Stracuzzi -- What The Berkshire Eagle Fails to Report, Thursday June 03, 2010
Labels: Andrew Mick, Angelo C. Stracuzzi, Biddeford Maine, Conor M. Berry, Planet Valenti, The Berkshire Eagle, The Republican

Berkshire Blog®™: State of Maine v. Angelo Stracuzzi [cached]

State of Maine v. Angelo Stracuzzi

The Berkshire Eagle has had the following information since Tuesday, June 1 regarding Angelo C. Stracuzzi's recently exposed (by The Eagle itself in an article published May 30) run-in with police in the coastal town of Biddeford, Maine in July 2004.
Mr. Stracuzzi is president and C.E.O. of Greylock Federal Credit Union and served for many years on the Pittsfield City Council both as a councilman and as that governing body's president.
Angelo C. Stracuzzi, president and C.E.O., Greylock Federal Credit Union
According to York County Superior Court records, Biddeford Police charged Mr. Stracuzzi with 'Patronizing Prostitution of a Minor' - Class D, 'Assault & Battery' - Class D, and 'Criminal Mischief' - Class D.
In two separate cases filed with the York County Superior Court, Mr. Stracuzzi was charged with the same three identical counts in each case.
Responsive to a Biddeford Police detective's investigation of the two separately filed incident reports, a summons was issued to Mr. Stracuzzi to appear in Biddeford District Court the following month and answer to the above-stated criminal charges.
Biddeford is about the same size as Pittsfield, Massachusetts and located on Maine's southern coast less than two hours north of Boston.
Maine's legal system specifies five classes of crimes ranging in descending order of severity from Class A to Class E.
Mr. Stracuzzi was being charged with Class D criminal misdemeanors.
To defend him, Mr. Stracuzzi hired criminal defense attorney Sarah Churchill, of the law firm Strike, Goodwin & O'Brien of Portland, Maine.
At his arraignment in Biddeford District Court in August, 2004, Mr. Stracuzzi entered a plea of Not Guilty and requested trial by jury.
The matter was marked up for trial and ultimately transferred to York County Superior Court in Alfred, Maine, the county seat, 13 miles west of Biddeford.
In May 2005, state prosecutor Jeff Moskowitz (now a Maine state court judge) agreed to drop one of the cases against Mr. Stracuzzi along with one of the charges in the remaining case in exchange for Mr. Stracuzzi's guilty plea.
Presiding Judge G. Arthur Brennan accepted Mr. Stracuzzi's guilty plea and, according to The Berkshire Eagle, "On May 25, 2005, Stracuzzi was sentenced in York Superior Court to a 364-day suspended jail sentence and one year of probation after admitting to the misdemeanor charges."
What The Eagle conveniently and inexplicably omits in its report was that Judge Brennan also ordered Mr. Stracuzzi to get "Psychological evaluation, and counseling as needed".
This was a specific condition of Mr. Stracuzzi's probation.
Another probation condition not reported by The Eagle was that Mr. Stracuzzi was to have no contact with either of the two boys, both of whose names are listed on Judge Brennan's no contact order.
It is not publicly known yet whether the Massachusetts Probation Department saw to it that Mr. Stracuzzi obtained the psychological evaluation and counseling ordered by Judge Brennan.
It also is not publicly known yet exactly what Mr. Stracuzzi told his employers, the board of directors at Greylock Federal Credit Union (if indeed he told them anything at all at the time), but it appears that when Mr. Stracuzzi did finally acknowledge to the board his run-in with Biddeford Police, he was less than candid with boardmembers regarding the nature of the original charges against him as well as the subsequent probation conditions set by the Court.
Mid-afternoon, the board issued the following statement: "The directors of Greylock Federal Credit Union have accepted Angelo Stracuzzi's resignation from the Board of Directors and we have placed him on an administrative leave of absence from his position as CEO, while the board completes a full investigation of potential conflicts of interest.
Labels: Angelo C. Stracuzzi, Biddeford, Clifford Nilan, Greylock Federal Credit Union, Judge G. Arthur Brennan, Judge Jeff Moskowitz, Maine, Massachusetts Probation Dept., York County Superior Court

Massachusetts Credit Union League: Board of Directors [cached]

Angelo C. Stracuzzi, Greylock Federal Credit Union Berkshire County Chapter of Credit Unions

Directors / Berkshire Chamber of Commerce [cached]

Angelo Stracuzzi

Greylock Federal Credit Union 150 West Street Pittsfield,MA 01201
OFFICE: 413-236-4000 FAX: 413-443-0292

Directors / Berkshire Chamber of Commerce [cached]

Angelo Stracuzzi

Greylock Federal Credit Union 150 West Street Pittsfield,MA 01201
OFFICE: 413-236-4000 FAX: 413-443-0292

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