Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

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MIDWEST

St. Joseph Capital Corp. of Mishawaka, Ind., has hired Mark E. Secor as the chief financial officer and the secretary for the company and its $265 million-asset St. Joseph Capital Bank.

Mr. Secor, who has also been named a senior vice president at the parent and the bank, was an audit engagement senior manager for the financial services group at Crowe Chizek and Co. LLC, a South Bend accounting firm.

At St. Joseph Capital, he succeeded Edward R. Pooley, who resigned in October.

First Federal Financial Corp. of Kentucky in Elizabethtown has hired Gregory Schreacke as its chief financial officer.

Mr. Schreacke came to the parent of the $670 million-asset First Federal Savings Bank of Elizabethtown from Team Financial Inc., a multibank holding company in Paolo, Kan. He was its controller and a vice president.

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EagleBank of Bethesda, Md., has hired Michael T. Flynn as its president and chief executive officer.

Mr. Flynn was the Washington executive for Mercantile Bankshares Corp. of Baltimore. Before that he had been the communications group president and a director at the Little Rock communications company Alltel Corp.

At the $380 million-asset unit of Eagle Bancorp Inc., Mr. Flynn succeeded H.L. Ward, who resigned in October.

Columbia Bancorp in Maryland said that John M. Bond Jr. will become the chairman of the company and its $1 billion-asset Columbia Bank on May 25.

Winfield M. Kelly Jr., the current chairman for both, will become the vice chairman and lead independent director.

Mr. …

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