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S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a weekly news summary of executive management and board chair-level changes in the bank and thrift industry.

Jan. 9

Kevin Quinn, president and CEO of Denver-based Citywide Banks, transitioned to the role of Heartland regional bank president.

Joanne Sherwood, who joined the Heartland Financial USA Inc. unit in 2000, became president and CEO.


Old Bridge, N.J.-based Amboy Bank Chairman, President and CEO George Scharpf died Jan. 4, NJBIZ reported.

Amboy Bancorp. Vice Chairman Joseph DiSepio will become chairman; COO Gregory Scharpf will become president and CEO; and Eric Scharpf, a board member at the company and bank, will take the additional role of vice chairman of the company.

Jan. 8

David Hise was named COO of Limestone Bank Inc. He was previously the bank's director of support services, corporate counsel and director of loan operations.

Jim Watkins, previously a director of change management at the Louisville, Ky.-based bank, was named chief deposit officer in addition to his community reinvestment act officer position.


David Kennedy was named executive vice president and chief information officer of Jackson, Miss.-based Trustmark National Bank.

Kennedy previously was Stone Energy Corp.'s chief technology officer.


Upon completion of Terre Haute, Ind.-based First Financial Corp.'s acquisition of Hopkinsville, Ky.-based HopFed Bancorp Inc., HopFed President and CEO John Peck will assume the role of market president.

Jan. 7

Lou Farler retired as president and CEO of Hazard, Ky.-based First Federal Savings and Loan Association (MHC).

Jaime Coffey, who was vice president and secretary of the First Federal Savings and Loan, replaced Farler and also assumed the role of president of First Federal MHC.


Coldwater, Ohio-based Peoples Bank Co. President and CEO Jack Hartings is retiring at the end of 2019, the Lima (Ohio) News reported.

Hartings, who is expected to remain on the board of the Peoples Holding Co. Inc. unit after retirement, will be succeeded by Senior Vice President Dan Broering in January 2020.


West Bancorp. Inc.'s senior vice president, chief accounting officer and principal accounting officer, Marie Roberts, has retired.

Douglas Gulling, the West Des Moines, Iowa-based company's executive vice president, treasurer and CFO, took over the principal accounting officer duties on an interim basis.


L. William Vasaly III retired as executive vice president, chief credit officer and community reinvestment act officer of Oak Ridge Financial Services Inc.

Vasaly will continue to serve on the Oak Ridge, N.C.-based company's board and as loan committee chairperson post-retirement.

Charles Ryan, who joined Bank of Oak Ridge in 2012, will take over the chief credit officer role.


David Antolik was named president of Indiana, Pa.-based S&T Bancorp Inc. and unit S&T Bank, succeeding Todd Brice, who will continue as CEO of the company.

Antolik has served as senior executive vice president and chief lending officer of the company for 11 years.

Jan. 4

Michael Allen joined Ohio-based Middlefield Banc Corp. as executive vice president and chief banking officer, while John Lane assumed the role of executive vice president and chief credit and risk officer.

Previously, Allen was Huntington, W.Va.-based Premier Bank Inc.'s president of the mid-Ohio Valley division, while Lane was Sandusky, Ohio-based Civista Bank's senior vice president for the credit risk division.


Adam Bonanno was named senior vice president and chief technology officer of Pennsylvania.-based Bryn Mawr Trust Co.

Bonanno previously was Winston-Salem, N.C.-based BB&T Corp.'s chief data officer and senior vice president of innovation and optimization services.

Jan. 3

Effective Dec. 31, 2018, John Cole Jr. retired as executive vice president and COO of Southwest Georgia Financial Corp. and unit Southwest Georgia Bank.

Cole will remain on the board of the Moultrie, Ga.-based company and unit following his retirement.