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Farmers State Bank of Hamel names SVP; First Foundation director resigns

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.

* Gerald Larsen resigned as a director of First Foundation Inc. and subsidiary First Foundation Bank.

His decision to resign was not the result of any disagreement with the Irvine, Calif.-based company or the bank.

Larsen has a law practice in taxation, probate, estate planning, partnerships and corporate law.

* Lynnwood, Wash.-based Pacific Crest Savings Bank appointed Dave Griffith to its board.

He most recently served as chief market risk officer for SunTrust Mortgage before retiring late in 2017.

Pacific Crest Savings Bank is a unit of Pacific Crest Bancorp Inc.

* David Scott retired as a director of Bank of Commerce Holdings and subsidiary Redding Bank of Commerce.

His retirement is in accordance with the Sacramento, Calif.-based company's director policy, which states that 74 is the retirement age for company directors.

Scott is a certified public accountant, SNL records show.

* Robert Worcester intends to retire as a director of Trinity Capital Corp. and subsidiary Los Alamos National Bank immediately following the 2018 annual shareholder meeting of the Los Alamos, N.M.-based company.

Worcester, who most recently practiced at the firm of Sommer Udall Sutin Law, retired in October 2014 after practicing law for four decades, SNL records show.

* Hamel, Minn.-based Farmers State Bank of Hamel named Tom Screeden senior vice president and commercial lender, according to SWNewsMedia.com.

Screeden has more than 25 years of community banking experience.

SNL is owned by S&P Global Market Intelligence.