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CenterStateBanks Inc.'s board, upon recommendation of CFO James Antal, electedJennifer Idell on April 28 as senior vice president, CFO and corporatesecretary of the Davenport, Fla.-based company, effective June 1.

Part of a long-term succession plan, Idell has served as CFOof the company's Winter Haven, Fla.-based unit, , since2010.

Antal, who has been CenterState Banks' CFO since itsincorporation in 1999, is scheduled to retire on Dec. 2. Subsequent to June 1,he will remain with the company in an advisory role and assist with thetransition until his retirement date, according to a recently filed Form 8-K.

CenterState Banks also disclosed that at the board's April28 meeting, Stephen Young was appointed executive vice president and COO.Young, who will also serve as the company's investor relations officer, hasbeen with CenterState Bank of Florida since 2002 serving as its executive vicepresident and CFO and later as its COO, a position he retains.

Daniel Bockhorst was named senior vice president and chiefrisk officer of the company. He will also continue to serve as executive vicepresident and chief risk officer for CenterState Bank of Florida, a position hehas held since 2010.