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Seacoast Commerce hires SVP; Glen Burnie Bancorp 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.

* CNB Financial Corp. said that James Ryan is resigning as a director, effective as of Feb. 28.

The resignation was tendered as required by the age restriction contained in the bylaws of the Clearfield, Pa.-based company.

Ryan was first elected as a director of the company and unit CNB Bank in 1999.

He served as the vice president of sales and marketing at Windfall Products Inc., SNL records show.

* Edward Maddox resigned as a director of Glen Burnie, Md.-based Glen Burnie Bancorp for personal reasons.

He has more than 31 years of professional experience in the financial services industry, according to SNL records.

* Citizens Financial Group Inc.'s Citizens Bank named Eric Schuppenhauer president of home mortgage.

He replaces Chris Nard, who has led Citizens' mortgage business since 2015 and is departing to pursue other opportunities.

Schuppenhauer joins Citizens from Capital One, where he was head of mortgage.

* San Diego-based Seacoast Commerce Bank named Jason Hutsenpiller senior vice president and Small Business Administration business development officer.

He was most recently chief lending officer at Town & Country Bank.

Seacoast Commerce Bank is a subsidiary of Seacoast Commerce Banc Holdings.

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