Executive Changes

By Wood, Christopher | American Banker, November 16, 2006 | Go to article overview

Executive Changes


Wood, Christopher, American Banker


MIDWEST

American Community Bancorp of Evansville, Ind., has hired Michael A. Elliot as the chief financial officer, the secretary, and a senior vice president of the company and its $228 million-asset Bank of Evansville.

Mr. Elliot was the CFO and treasurer for Anchor Industries Inc., a tent and fabric manufacturer in Evansville. Earlier he had been the CFO of Atlas Minerals Inc. and the manager of the accounting services division at Geo. S. Olive & Co. LLC, an Indianapolis accounting firm.

He has 25 years of financial, operational, and strategic planning experience.

MIDDLE ATLANTIC

BCSB Bankcorp Inc. of Baltimore said Joseph J. Bouffard would become the president and chief executive officer of the company and its $801 million-asset Baltimore County Savings Bank "on or about" Dec. 4.

He also will be given those titles at Baltimore County Savings Bank MHC, the mutual holding company that owns 63.5% of BCSB Bankcorp.

Mr. Bouffard had been the president and CEO of Patapsco Bancorp Inc. and its $228 million-asset Patapsco Bank of Baltimore since 1995.

Before that he had been a senior vice president at First Fidelity Bank and, earlier, at Savings Bank of Baltimore, which First Fidelity Bancorp. bought in 1994.

Earlier he had been the president of Municipal Savings Bank of Towson, Md.

WSFS Financial Corp. of Wilmington, Del., has hired Patricia Kauker as a vice president and the head of its newly created reverse mortgage business.

She joined the $3 billion-asset bank holding company for Wilmington Savings Fund Society from AIG Federal Savings Bank of Wilmington. She had led the reverse mortgage business for the $1.2 billion-asset unit of American International Group Inc.

SOUTHEAST

Greenville First Bancshares Inc. of South Carolina has hired F. Justin Strickland as the president of the company and its $453 million-asset Greenville First Bank.

He succeeded R. Arthur Seaver Jr., who will remain the chief executive officer of the company and the bank. He had been the president of both since their inception in 1999.

For the last seven years Mr. Strickland had been the Midlands market president for Carolina First Bank. …

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