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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.

* Tom Miller is set to retire as a director of Lagrange, Ind.-based Farmers State Bank, a unit of F.S. Bancorp, on Dec. 31, Goshen (Ind.) News reported.

Miller is a pharmacist.

* First Tennessee Bank NA of Memphis promoted Shannon Bryant to senior vice president and retail banking executive for Middle Tennessee, assuming the role vacated by retired retail banking executive Randy Houston, the Lebanon (Tenn.) Democrat reported.

Bryant's service at the First Horizon National Corp. unit includes working as retail-banking executive for the community market and regional sales manager.

* Martha's Vineyard Financial Group, the wealth management division of Edgartown, Mass.-based Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank named Luke Murphy managing director of investment services.

Murphy previously served as director of marketing, business development and client relations at a Boston-based registered investment adviser specializing in institutional and family-based wealth.