trending Market Intelligence /marketintelligence/en/news-insights/trending/muKbntql_DTf0qJMjZaL-g2 content esgSubNav
In This List

New York-based Generations Bank's chairman to retire; successor named


Spotlight on sustainability: How banks can overcome the challenges of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050


Insight Weekly: US election scenarios; borrowing costs rise; commercial REIT fears


Street Talk | Episode 100 - KBW CEO offers optimism for bears fearful of bank liquidity, credit


Insight Weekly: Stocks endure more pain; bank branch M&A slows; debt ratios fall

New York-based Generations Bank's chairman to retire; successor named

Robert Kernan is set to retire as chairman of Seneca Falls, N.Y.-based Generations Bank (MHC) on Dec. 31.

Current Vice Chairman Bradford Jones will become chairman and Vincent Sinicropi will assume the vice chairman position the following day.

Kernan has served the organization for almost three decades, including as president and CEO and chairman from 1991 until his retirement in 2008. Upon his retirement as bank president, he continued as chairman of the board.

Jones retired from ITT Goulds Pumps as plant manager of Auburn Operations in 2007 after 32 years of service and served as mayor of Seneca Falls from 1996 to 2000. He joined the bank's board in 1996 and became its vice chairman in 2006.

Sinicropi is a certified public accountant, and he has his own accounting and tax practice in Seneca Falls. He joined the bank's board in 1999.

The bank is a unit of Seneca-Cayuga Bancorp Inc. (MHC), which is majority-owned by Seneca Falls Savings Bank MHC, SNL data shows.

The SNL platform is owned by S&P Global Market Intelligence.