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.
* Richmond, Va.-based Virginia Commonwealth Bank, a subsidiary of Bay Banks of Virginia Inc., promoted Shauna Robertson to senior vice president of retail sales and business development/security officer. She most recently served as vice president.
* Bruce Brock was appointed to the board of Le Mars, Iowa-based American Bank NA, a unit of Ambank Co. Inc. Brock is the founder and president of Brock Auction Co. Inc. and Auction Realty of America, Klem Radio reported.
* Wells Fargo & Co. appointed Brendon Riley regional vice president in its Dallas middle market banking leadership team, effectively immediately.
Riley, who has 16 years of banking experience, previously served as senior vice president in Houston. He succeeds Tom Krueger, who joined the company's Great Lakes commercial lending team.
* On May 31, Frank Sabatucci resigned as class I director of Malvern, Pa.-based First Priority Financial Corp., the holding company for First Priority Bank. Sabatucci is the owner of Sabatucci Wealth Strategies LLC, according to his LinkedIn profile.
* First Florida Integrity Bank promoted Ann Crowley to senior vice president and director of shareholder relations, effective in January. Crowley joined the Naples, Fla.-based bank's parent, TGR Financial Inc., as vice president and executive administrative assistant in 2007.
* Kingston, N.Y.-based Ulster Savings Bank named Carl Capuano regional manager of commercial lending. Capuano most recently served as senior vice president and team leader at Oak Ridge, N.J.-based Lakeland Bank, a unit of Lakeland Bancorp Inc.
* Benchmark Community Bank, a unit of Benchmark Bankshares Inc., named Rick Houser senior vice president and North Carolina market executive. Houser, who has over 30 years of banking experience, joined the Kenbridge, Va.-based bank in April.