Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

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MIDDLE ATLANTIC

Lakeland Bank in Oak Ridge, N.J., has hired Deborah Parker as an assistant vice president and the manager of its Hampton branch.

Ms. Parker was the Sussex branch manager at Bank of New York, where she had worked since 1997. That was when it acquired her previous employer, National Community Banks Inc. in West Paterson, N.J., where she began her 20-year baking career.

Lakeland is the primary subsidiary of Lakeland Bancorp. and has $1 billion of assets.

SOUTHEAST

Greene County Bank in Greeneville, Tenn., has named Cathy Neubert, the president of its Fairway Title Co., to be the senior vice president of its mortgage lending division as well.

She is based in Knoxville.

Ms. Neubert came to Greene County Bank in 1998 from First Knoxville Bank; she created its mortgage lending division and was the senior vice president in charge. (National Bank of Commerce in Memphis acquired First Knoxville this year.) Earlier she worked 12 years in the mortgage division at First Tennessee Bank.

Greene County Bank has $763 million of assets.

Bank of Tanglewood in Houston has hired Christian Hahn as the vice president of commercial lending.

Mr. Hahn came from Compass Bank, where he was a Houston vice president for three years. Before that he had worked at Sterling Bank in Houston for three years. He has 11 years of banking experience, including jobs at Northern Trust Bank and Bank United of Texas.

Bank of Tanglewood has $199 million of assets.

SOUTHWEST

Vista Bank in Colorado Springs has hired Dennis Fenner as a senior vice president and its senior lending officer.

Mr. Fenner was a senior vice president and the chief lending officer at Bank at Broadmoor in Colorado Springs. He has 20 years of banking experience in Kansas and Colorado.

Vista has $51 million of assets.

WEST

Columbia State Bank in Tacoma, Wash., has promoted Bob MacIsaac and Rebecca Holverson to branch manager, him MacIsaac at the Bellevue Way branch and her at the Bellevue Plaza branch.

Mr. MacIsaac succeeded Barbara Graves, who left to pursue other interests, the $1.5 billion-asset bank said. Ms. Holverson succeeded Jeff Wemhoff, who was promoted to commercial banking officer at the Bellevue Plaza branch.

Mr. MacIsaac remains a vice president, which has been his rank since he joined Columbia State in March as a commercial banking officer. He came from U.S. Bank, where he was a vice president in the business banking department in Bellingham, Wash. He has 16 years of banking experience, including jobs at Key Bank.

Ms. Holverson also joined in March. She came from Key Bank, where she was a sales and service associate. She worked a year at Key Bank and has two years of banking experience. …

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