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Top banking moves through April 13

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

April 13

Ontario, Calif.-basedCVB Financial Corp. unitCitizens Business BankExecutive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer James Dowd intends to retire as chief credit officer, effectiveJuly 1.


retired as executive chairmanof Warsaw, Ind.-based Lakeland FinancialCorp. As part of the company's previously announced transition plan,Kubacki will remain nonexecutive chairman of both the company and its subsidiaryLake City Bank.


Bardonia, N.Y.-basedGreater Hudson Bank namedTimothy Florio seniorvice president, chief lending officer.

Florio mostrecently served as senior vice president, commercial market manager for the Westchester,Conn., and the Bronx markets at HSBCHoldings Plc


Pasadena, Calif.-basedCommunity Bank named president and chief bankingofficer.

He joined CommunityBank in 2009 and became executive vice president and head of business banking in2014.


San Antonio-basedBroadway National Banknamed David Bohne CEO.

Jim Goudge willbe stepping down as CEO but will continue to serve as chairman and support Bohnethrough the transition.

Bohne used tobe president of USAA Federal SavingsBank.

Broadway NationalBank is a unit of Broadway Bancsharesof Delaware Inc., which, in turn, is a unit of Broadway Bancshares Inc., per SNL data.

April 11

, the executive vice presidentand chief credit officer at Indiana, Pa.-based First Commonwealth Bank, is retiring at the end of 2016.

The companyexpects to search for a successor while taking both internal and external candidatesinto consideration.

First CommonwealthBank is a unit of First CommonwealthFinancial Corp.


Following theclose of HCSB Financial Corp.'sprivate placement, JanHollar was appointed as the CEO and a director of the company and the bank.


will elect as nonexecutive chairof the board.

Williams' appointment,subject to her re-election to the board, is effective immediately after the company'sannual stockholder meeting April 19.

The Cincinnati-basedcompany said Williams will succeed James Hackett, who announced his resignationMarch 10.

Williams hasbeen on the board since 2008 and served as lead director since 2014.

April 8

, executive vice president andchief administrative officer of WashingtonFederal Inc. and its unit WashingtonFederal NA retired.


PresidentGeorge Schwartz was appointedCEO of the private banking group, a newly created position.

The bank isa unit of Boston Private FinancialHoldings Inc.


Doylestown,Pa.-based Covenant Banknamed Blair Rush presidentand COO. Rush joins the Covenant FinancialInc. unit from NationalPenn Bancshares Inc., where he served as a regional president.


Itasca, Ill.-basedFirst Midwest Bank, aunit of First Midwest Bancorp Inc.,appointed Jo Ann Boylanas executive vice president and chief information and operations officer.

Boylan's appointmentis part of a planned succession to replace Kent Belasco.

Boylan was mostrecently chief technology officer at Chicago-based MB Financial Bank NA, a unit of MB Financial Inc.


Madison, Wis.-basedFirst Business Financial Services Inc.'sboard named David SeilerCOO.

Seiler's appointmentat the Madison, Wis.-based company is effective April 18. He was previously managingdirector of the correspondent banking division of BMO Harris Bank NA, which is a unit of Bank of Montreal.


, executive vice presidentand CEO of Metter, Ga.-based PinelandState Bank, has retired.

Williams hasbeen CEO of the Alma, Ga.-based SouthBanking Co. unit since 2001.


Quincy, Ill.-basedFirst Bankers Trust Co. NAnamed Allen Shafer presidentand CEO.

Shafer was previouslyexecutive vice president of support services at Great Western Bank, a subsidiary of Great Western Bancorp Inc.

Shafer succeedsArthur Greenbank, who is retiring. However, Greenbank will remain a member of theboard.

First BankersTrust is a unit of First Bankers TrustsharesInc.


Columbia, Mo.-basedProvidence Bank namedRobert Luedeman seniorvice president and chief information officer.

Providence Bankis a unit of LINCO Bancshares Inc.

April 7

joined Orleans, Mass.-basedCape Cod Five Cents Savings Bankas chief human resources officer.

Prior to joiningthe bank, she served as vice president of employee relations and talent for a federalcredit union in Michigan.

Cape Cod FiveCents Savings Bank is a unit of CapeCod Five Mutual Co.