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Bank of New Hampshire SVP retiring; First Citrus appoints director

S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a daily roundup of management and board changes in the bank and thrift industry. This feature excludes C-level leadership changes and stories previously covered by S&P Global Market Intelligence.

* Bank of New Hampshire Senior Vice President Valerie Drouin, who has managed the Prestige Plus Program since its inception in 1989, is retiring at the end of June.

Prestige Plus Officer Cindy Salta will assume management of the program.

The Laconia, N.H.-based bank is a unit of BNH Financial.

* Gregory Dugan has retired as executive vice president and senior operations officer of WesBanco Inc., effective Feb. 28.

Ernest Fragale will also retire from the Wheeling, W.Va.-based company's board when his term expires at the 2018 annual stockholders' meeting on April 18.

Fragale has been vice president of privately owned real estate development company Daisy Development Co. since 1987, SNL records show.

* Ronald Holtman will retire from CSB Bancorp Inc.'s board, effective at the April 25 shareholders' meeting of the Millersburg, Ohio-based company.

Holtman was an attorney of Logee Hostetler Stutzman & Lehman, SNL records show.

* Senior Vice President and Comptroller Joseph Erpelding will retire from Merrillville, Ind.-based Centier Bank, a unit of First Bancshares Inc., on March 23.

* Sharon Docherty Danco was appointed to the board of Tampa, Fla.-based First Citrus Bancorp. Inc. and unit First Citrus Bank.

Danco is an active member of The Florida Bar and has practiced corporate and securities law in Tampa for 29 years.

* First National Bank Alaska appointed Karl Heinz, Dustin Hofeling, Brent Kimball, Patty Miller, Chad Steadman, Craig Thorn and Stacy Tomuro senior vice presidents.

Combined Regional Branch Manager Heinz joined the Anchorage, Alaska-based bank in 2003. Hofeling, IT systems and support director, joined the bank in 2011. Controller Kimball has more than three decades of banking experience. Human Resources Director Miller arrived at the bank with more than 27 years of experience in human resources.

Corporate Lending Director Steadman's increased leadership role includes more involvement assisting the bank's executive management team while specializing in commercial underwriting and lending. Thorn oversees branch and lending operations and relationship building at the Wasilla branch and at the bank's branches in Eagle River and Palmer. Tomuro, specialty lending director, joined First National in 2001.

* Oklahoma-based First National Bank & Trust Co. of McAlester appointed Fred Ettner to its board, the McAlester News-Capital reported.

Ettner is part owner and president of Bemac Supply (Union Iron Works) and E-M Development (A1 Ministorage), according to the news story.

The bank is a unit of First of McAlester Corp.

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