S&PGlobal Market Intelligence presents a daily roundup of management and boardchanges in the bank and thrift industry. This feature excludes C-levelleadership changes and stories previously covered by S&P Global MarketIntelligence.
PatrickSheehan was elected to the board of Pittsfield, Mass.-basedBerkshire Hills Bancorp Inc.during the annual meeting of shareholders held May 5.
In a proxystatement filed March 24, the company said Sheehan is owner andmanager of multiple health care businesses in New England. Through hismanagement company, Sheehan Health Group, he has operated multiple nursinghomes, an independent and assisted living community, a home care agency and arehabilitation company.
ThomasMiller on May 4 resigned as a director of Clifton, N.J.-basedClifton Bancorp Inc.,effective immediately. In a 2015proxy statement, the company described Miller as 77 years old andthe retired owner of The T.A. Miller & Co.
In connection with Miller's resignation, CliftonBancorp's board reduced the number of directors from seven to six, effectiveMay 4, according to a Form 8-K filed May 6.
JuliJohnson on April 19 was elected to the board of Huntington,Ind.-based Bippus State Corp.,the parent of Bippus State Bank.Johnson, who will serve a three-year term on the board, is president ofParkview Huntington Hospital, according to a May 6 news release.
Patten, Maine-based Katahdin Trust Co., a subsidiary of , namedAngela Butler seniorvice president and commercial services officer, according to a May 6 newsrelease.
Butler previously served as senior vice president andcommercial banking region manager in Bangor, Maine, for Bridgeport, Conn.-basedPeople's United Bank NA,a unit of People's UnitedFinancial Inc.
Wilmington Trust appointed president of the New Yorkmetropolitan region. She joined Wilmington Trust in 2013 as managing directorof family office services and wealth strategies for the New York metropolitanregion, according to a May 6 news release.
Wilmington Trust is a registered service mark ofWilmington, Del.-based WilmingtonTrust Corp., a unit of Buffalo, N.Y.-based
PresidentialFinancial Corp. appointed DennisSchlesner president. Schlesner, who joined the firm May 5, has morethan 35 years of financial industry experience.
Tom Matthesen will remain on Presidential Financial'sboard of directors, according to a May 5 news release.
Presidential Financial is a unit of OklahomaCity-based MidFirst Bank,which in turn is a subsidiary of MidlandFinancial Co.
TD Bank, a unit of Toronto-Dominion Bank, appointed KathyElls to serve as the Massachusetts and Rhode Island health care specialistfor its health care practice solutions group, according to a May 5 news releaseposted on Wolfe News Wire. Ells' 25 years of experience in practice finance,banking and accounting include working at Citizens Financial Group Inc.'s Citizens Bank, where sheserved as senior vice president of the health care practice banking division.
MatthewDana joined Hickory Hills, Ill.-based in late2015 as executive vice president responsible for retail banking, mortgagebanking, wealth management and trust and investments, according to 's 2015annual report.
StacyLitke has joined North Adams, Mass.-based as senior vicepresident and senior operations officer, according to the bank's spring 2016newsletter. MountainOne Bank also disclosed that Dick Phelps is retiring as adirector of the bank, and Steve Crowe is stepping down from the board.
The bank is a unit of , which inturn is a subsidiary of MountainoneFinancial MHC.