Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

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Midwest

Bank of Evansville, a $159 million-asset unit of American Community Bancorp. Inc. in Indiana, has promoted John T. Lamb to chief lending officer and made him an executive vice president.

Mr. Lamb was the bank's senior vice president of commercial banking. He has 21 years of banking and financial services experience.

Middle Atlantic

Carver Bancorp Inc. of New York has made president and chief executive officer Deborah C. Wright its chairman as well.

She succeeded Frederick O. Terrell, who resigned.

The company owns the $580 million-asset Carver Federal Savings Bank, one of the country's largest minority-run banks.

Southeast

Bank of Granite Corp. of Granite Falls, N.C., has made president Charles M. Snipes its chief executive officer too.

He succeeded John A. Forlines Jr., who will remain its chairman.

Mr. Snipes is also the president and CEO of the $1 billion-asset Bank of Granite, which he joined in 1982.

ABC Bancorp, a multibank holding company in Moultrie, Ga., has hired Dennis J. Zember Jr. as its chief financial officer and an executive vice president.

Mr. Zember had worked for Flag Financial Corp. of Atlanta for the past three years -- as its treasurer, the CFO of its $784 million-asset Flag Bank, and a senior vice president of both. He has 14 years of financial services experience.

First Charter Corp. of Charlotte said Charles A. Caswell will join it Monday and become its chief financial officer March 17.

He will succeed Robert O. …

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