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.
* Donald Lieto, executive vice president and continuity and integration of acquisitions director at MBT Financial Corp., is retiring effective April 28.
The Monroe, Mich.-based company is the parent of Monroe Bank & Trust.
* Stanley Connally Jr., Eric Grant and Laura Johnson were appointed to the board of Tallahassee, Fla.-based Capital City Bank Group Inc., the holding company for Capital City Bank.
Connally is chairman, president and CEO of Gulf Power Co., Grant is president of Municipal Code Corp. and Johnson is founding artist and CEO of Coton Colors.
* Laconia, N.H.-based Bank of New Hampshire, a unit of BNH Financial, named Robert Magan senior vice president and private banking investment officer in its wealth management team.
* Terry Sweet was appointed to the boards of Marietta, Ohio-based Peoples Bancorp Inc. and unit Peoples Bank. Sweet is a former partner of KPMG.
* John Ursin resigned from the boards of Rockaway, N.J.-based Sussex Bancorp and unit Sussex Bank, citing time constraints as the reason. Ursin has been a partner at the law firm of Schenck Price Smith & King LLP since 2013, according to a 2016 proxy filing.
* Carl Haynes is retiring from the board of Ithaca, N.Y.-based Tompkins Financial Corp., upon reaching the mandatory retirement age of 72. Additionally, Sandra Parker indicated that she would not be standing for re-election to the company's board at its 2017 annual meeting of shareholders.
Haynes has been president of Tompkins Cortland Community College since 1995, while Parker has served as CEO of the Rochester Business Alliance, according to a regulatory filing.
* On Jan. 24, Dale Parkison was appointed to the boards of New Buffalo, Mich.-based New Bancorp Inc. and unit New Buffalo Savings Bank. David Tedtman resigned from the company's board on the same day, but continues to remain a director of the bank.
* Barbara Stephens resigned from the board of Madison, Wis.-based First Business Financial Services Inc., the parent of First Business Bank, effective Jan. 27, due to personal reasons and time considerations. She recently assumed the role of chief human resources officer at REV Group Inc.
The board also reduced the number of directors constituting the entire board from 10 to nine, following Stephens' retirement.
* Millersburg, Pa.-based Mid Penn Bank, a subsidiary of Mid Penn Bancorp Inc., named Heather Hall senior vice president and commercial loan manager.
Hall, who has over 16 years of experience, previously served as director of surety at GunnMowery LLC.