Chapter Leaders


Arizona, Francis W. Wankowicz, Bank One NA, Phoenix, AZ

Atlanta, David R. Coxon, United Community Bank, Fairburn, GA

Atlantic, David J. McLeod, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Toronto, ON

Baton Rouge, Allen J. David, Union Planters Bank NA, Baton Rouge, LA

Birmingham, Warren Giardina, First Commercial Bank, Birmingham, AL

Buffalo, Michael A. Whipple, Manufacturers & Traders Trust Co, Amherst, NY

Calgary, Richard J. Engel, Business Development Bank Canada, Calgary, AB

Carolinas-Virginias, Doug B. Ernest, United Bank Inc, Beckley, WV

Central, Andrew O. Kane, HSBC Bank USA HA, Syracuse, NY

Central Alabama, Danielle W. Mason, Compass Bank, Montgomery, AL

Central Arkansas, Megan J. Montgomery, Regions Bank, Little Rock, AR

Central Florida, Thomas R. Wallace, SunTrust Bank, Orlando, FL

Central Illinois, Wade A Denby, Busey Bank, Urbana, IL

Central Indiana, Jay D. Richards, Union Planters Bank NA, Indianapolis, IN

Central Ohio, Nancy L. Kowalski, KeyBank HA, Columbus, OH

Central South Carolina, J. Connally Bradley, Business Development Corp (SC), Columbia, SC

Central South Carolina, Brian S. Hofferth, National Bank of South Carolina, Columbia, SC

Central Texas, Brian J. Anderson, Omnibank HA, Austin, TX

Central Utah, Scott Jensen, Zions First National Bank, Orem, UT

Central Valley, W. Henry Claussen, Bank of Stockton, Stockton, CA

Charlotte, Mark T. Skillestad, First Gaston Bank of North Carolina, Gastonia, NC

Chesapeake, Mary Jo Taylor, First Mariner Bank, Baltimore, MD

Chicago, Sandra Michelau, Transition Membership, Frankfort, IL

East Central PA, Jeffrey R. Rush, Wachovia Bank HA, Reading, PA

East Tennessee, Robert K. Graves, First Century Bank, Powell, TN

Eastern North Carolina, Robert E. Wood, Wachovia Bank HA, Apex, NC

Eastern South Carolina, Jimmy Kimbell, SunBank HA, Murrells Inlet, SC

Empire, Andrew O. Kane, HSBC Bank USA HA, Syracuse, NY

Eugene, Harry B. Storr, Washington Mutual Bank, Eugene, OR

First Coast, Thomas L. Savage, Wachovia Bank HA, Jacksonville, FL

Florida, Scott E Suits, CNL Bank, Orlando, FL

Fresno, Randy A. Kammerer, Premier Valley Bank, Fresno, CA

Golden Gate, Michael D. Moore, First Bank, San Francisco, CA

Great Smokies, Lacy A. Cross, Capital Bank, Asheville, NC

Greater Charleston, Kevin W. Futrell, National Bank of South Carolina, Charleston, SC

Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky, James E. Johnson, Huntington National Bank, Cincinnati, OH

Gulf Coast, Kelly M. Graham, Comerica Bank, Houston, TX

Hawaii, Alvin J. Nishimoto, First Hawaiian Bank, Honolulu, HI

Heart of Missouri, Timothy E. Ferguson, US Bank HA, Jefferson City, MO

Hong Kong, Christopher Page, HSBC Bank USA NA, Central,

IA--IL Mississippi Valley, Tom R. Spread, Central State Bank, Muscatine, IA

Idaho, Clinton L. Shiflet, Syringa Bank, Meridian, ID

Inland Empire, Stanley M. Cruse, Discovery Bank, San Marcos, CA

Iowa, Mark L. Beatty, Freedom Financial Bank, West Des Moines, IA

Kansas, Marion E. King, Intrust Bank, Wichita, KS

Las Vegas, Carla Jewell, SunWest Bank, Las Vegas, NV

Long Island, Peter A. Appello, Bank of America, Melville, NY

Los Angeles, James W. Delaney, Wells Fargo Bank HA, Los Angeles, CA

Maine, Philip S. Hatch, Banknorth Group Inc, Falmouth, ME

Manitoba, Garry R. Wilkes, Toronto-Dominion Bank, Winnipeg, MB

Memphis, Amy K. Thornton, PBiz Inc, Brentwood, TN

Miami Valley, Edward L, McGarry, KeyBank HA, Dayton, OH

Michigan, Rodney J. Girdwood, Republic Bank, Jackson, MI

Middle Tennessee, Steve Ainsworth, SunTrust Bank, Nashville, TN

Midlands, DeeAnn K. …

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