Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

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Northfield Bank of Staten Island, N.Y., a $1.3 billion-asset subsidiary of NSB Holding Corp., has hired James Green to be the vice president of home equity lending; Kathleen Owsiany, vice president of corporate governance; Raymond Meisch, vice president of commercial lending; and Kim Hendricks, a training and development specialist.

Mr. Green has more than 26 years of experience in the banking industry. He was a senior vice president in charge of home equity lending at Penn Federal Savings Bank, a division of New York Community Bank in Westbury.

Ms. Owsiany was an executive vice president and the director of operations at First Morris Bank and Trust in Morristown, N.J.

Mr. Meisch has more than 35 years of commercial lending experience. He was a vice president in the commercial lending department of Penn Federal Savings.

Ms. Hendricks has 20 years of financial services experience and was a development facilitator at Independence Community Bank, which Sovereign Bank in Wyomissing, Pa., bought in 2006.

S&T Bank in Indiana, Pa., a $3.4 billion-asset subsidiary of S&T Bancorp Inc., has hired Barbara A. Stroup to be a financial adviser at S&T Financial Services.

Ms. Stroup is to be based in Clarion, Pa., and placed in charge of developing brokerage and financial services business in Clarion, Clearfield, and Jefferson counties.

She was a mortgage banker at Wachovia Securities in Clarion.


Hampton Roads Bankshares Inc. in Norfolk, Va., the $520 million-asset holding company for Bank of Hampton Roads, has hired Douglas J. …

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