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Banking management and director moves

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

GregorySmitley was appointed to the board of Berne, Ind.-based , a unit ofFirst Berne FinancialCorp., wellscountyvoice.com reported July 11.

Smitleyis currently vice president of finance and treasurer of Huntington University,serving as the institution's CFO and COO.


Georgetown,Mass.-based GeorgetownBank, a subsidiary of Georgetown Bancorp Inc., appointed JayHood and Marc Carbonneau senior vice presidents in its commercial bankinggroup, the Georgetown (Mass.) Record reported July 15.

Carbonneauis now head of commercial business lending, asset-based lending and SBAlending, while Hood leads efforts in investment real estate, construction and developmentlending.


AlanSimmons was appointed to the board of Islandia, N.Y.-based , according to a July15 news release.

Simmonsis a founding shareholder of the bank. He is also a founding member andmanaging director of the New York City Master Riggers Association and presidentof Budco Enterprises.


, a unit of FSBBancshares Inc., appointed its Senior Vice President John Day to serve as a director onits board, The Oklahoman reportedJuly 17.

TheOklahoma City-based bank also promoted Patricia Adams to senior vice presidentin charge of the IT department and cashier.


, asubsidiary of Commerce NationalFinancial Services Inc., named RandyKitten senior vice president of lending, the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal reported July 17. Kitten has over 35years of banking experience with banks in Fort Worth and Lubbock, Texas.

TheLubbock-based bank also appointed Doug Randolph to its board.

Randolphspecializes in businesses that manufacture gear drives used in agriculture,aquaculture, flood control, frost protection, fire protection and drillingequipment.