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Top banking moves through Oct. 11

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Top banking moves through Oct. 11

S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a weekly news summary of executive management and board chair-level changes in the bank and thrift industry.

Oct. 11

Troy Rosenbrook was appointed president of St. Michael, Minn.-based Highland Bank, the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal reported.

He replaced Jay Hammond, who left the Highland Bancshares Inc. unit to become a drug and alcohol counselor.

Rosenbrook most recently was senior vice president of commercial banking at Minneapolis-based MidCountry Bank, a unit of MidCountry Financial Corp.

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Donald White is resigning as executive vice president and CFO of Lakeville, Conn.-based Salisbury Bancorp Inc. and Salisbury Bank and Trust Co., effective Oct. 20.

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Oct. 6

James Huffines, COO of Dallas-based Hilltop Holdings Inc.'s subsidiaries and a member of the company's board, is retiring, effective Dec. 31.

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Rockford, Ill.-based Foresight Financial Group Inc. named Robert Stenstrom chairman.

Stenstrom succeeded John Jeschke, who retired on Sept. 30.

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Moultrie, Ga.-based Ameris Bancorp appointed William McKendry executive vice president and chief risk officer of the company and unit Ameris Bank.

McKendry, who previously was chief risk officer of Bank of North Carolina, replaced Stephen Melton, who was named executive vice president and general counsel of the company and the bank.