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Kendall Stewart will succeed retiring Executive Vice President and CFO W. Louis Griffith at Manning, S.C.-based Bank of Clarendon, according to Manning Live.

Griffith is set to retire Jan. 26, 2018, according to the news story.

Stewart, who was named executive vice president and CFO, most recently served as CFO at Carolina Premier Bank.