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Top banking moves through July 6

S&P Global Market Intelligence presents aweekly news summary of executive management and board chair-level changes inthe bank and thrift industry.

July 6

MountLaurel, N.J.-based MarlinBusiness Services Corp. named Edward Siciliano COO. He was promoted to the post fromchief sales officer, a position he has held since 2007.


andPacific Commerce Banknamed Long Huynhtheir executive vice president and CFO.

Previouslythe CFO of Irvine-based CaliforniaBusiness Bank, he succeeds Richard Koh at Los Angeles-based PacificCommerce. Koh will resign July 31 to pursue other interests.


unit,Orleans, Mass.-based Cape CodFive Cents Savings Bank, named David Weston chief wealth management services officer.

Weston mostrecently served as vice president of wealth management at a local savings bank.

July 5

Waldorf,Md.-based Community Bank of theChesapeake has entered into a consulting deal with ExecutiveChairman Michael Middleton.

Middleton,who is also executive board chair of CommunityFinancial Corp., will become a consultant for the bank for a yearand will cease to become an employee of the bank. His consulting agreement willautomatically extend for an additional 12 months unless he or the bank providesa notification of non-renewal of the agreement.


Seymour,Ind.-based Jackson County Banknamed Marvin VeatchCOO.

He wasformerly senior vice president and CFO of the unit, andserves as secretary on the bank's board.


DontáWilson, Jim Godwin and Brant Standridge are joining the ofWinston-Salem, N.C.-based BB&TCorp., effective Aug. 1.

Wilson, whojoined BB&T in 1995, was named chief client experience officer. He mostrecently served as regional president of the northern Georgia region since 2014.

Godwin, whowas named to his current role as deputy chief risk officer in January, beganhis 20-year banking career as a part of BB&T's leadership developmentprogram in 1996, according to a press release.

Standridge,formerly regional president of the north Texas region, will assume the lendinggroup manager role previously held by Steven Wiggs, who is retiring later thisyear.

July 3

Avilla,Ind.-based Community State Banknamed Parry Leavellvice president and chief lending officer, KPCNewsreported.

CommunityState Bank is a subsidiary of CommunityFinancial Corp.

July 2

was named presidentand CEO of Allendale Bancorp Inc.and unit First National Bank ofAllendale, succeeding Robert Coleman, The (Albion,Ill.) Navigator reported.

Price wasalso appointed to the boards of the Allendale, Ill.-based company and the bank.

Coleman wasnamed chairman of Allendale Bancorp and First National Bank of Allendale. Hereplaces Philip Hipsher, who will serve as chairman of the executive committeeof the board at the company and the bank. Coleman will be working at the bankin a "reduced capacity" over the next 12 months.

July 1

was appointedsenior vice president and CFO of Loris, S.C.-based and parentHCSB Financial Corp.

Harris mostrecently served as vice president senior accountant - SEC reporting atPark Sterling Bank, aunit of Park Sterling Corp.


Chambersburg,Pa.-based Franklin FinancialServices Corp. appointed TimothyHenry CEO of the company and unit .Previously, Henry was president of Franklin Financial and F&M Trust.

WilliamSnell Jr. retired as CEO and a board member June 30.


Followingthe close of thedeal betweenBlairsville, Ga.-based UnitedCommunity Banks Inc. and Mount Pleasant, S.C.-based ,Tidelands Chairman, President and CEO Thomas Lyles will serve as chairman ofUnited's Charleston community bank advisory board.


and subsidiaryPlaza Bank promotedRick Sowers, itsexecutive vice president and chief strategy officer, to COO.

Irvine,Calif.-based Plaza is majority-owned by Carpenter Bank Partners Inc.'s .


Wakefield,Mass.-based WakefieldCo-operative Bank promoted GaryWolfe to treasurer and chief compliance officer.

June 30

named vice president andchief marketing officer.

Smith waspreviously with Card Services for Credit Unions.

The Tampa,Fla.-based bank is a unit of TampaBay Banking Co.


Warrenton,Va.-based Fauquier Bankshares Inc.appointed T. Michael YorkCOO of the company and unit FauquierBank.

York mostrecently served as private wealth management senior credit executive forRegions Financial Corp.unit Regions Bank, arole he held since May 2013.


, vice presidentand CFO of Hingham Institution forSavings, is resigning effective July 25.

Bogart, whonotified the Hingham, Mass.-based bank of his decision June 28, has accepted aposition with Duluth, Ga.-based GeorgiaUnited Credit Union for "personal reasons."

AssistantVice President and Controller Eileen Trainor will serve as interim CFO andtreasurer.


has named Michael Lewisas chief digital officer, effective July 5.

Lewis mostrecently was global chief technology officer, digital for consumer businessesat JPMorgan Chase & Co.