Executive Changes

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Executive Changes


Tymesen, Tana, American Banker


Byline: Tana Tymesen

MIDWEST

Guaranty Bank in Springfield, Mo., has hired Mark McFatridge as its executive vice president and chief operating officer.

McFatridge was the president and chief operating officer of OakStar Bank in Springfield. Earlier he was the market president for Regions Financial Corp.'s community banks in Missouri and western Kentucky.

Guaranty has $737 million of assets.

MIDDLE ATLANTIC

Sterling National Bank in New York has hired Bruce Gibson as a vice president and business development officer in its commercial lending group.

Gibson was a vice president and the national business development officer at CIT Commercial Credit. Before that he was a vice president at TriState Capital Bank.

Sterling National has $2.1 billion of assets.

Community National Bank in Great Neck, N.Y., has hired Ralph Meyer Jr. as its vice president of business development.

Meyer was a vice president and regional manager at Aames Home Loan. Before that he was an assistant vice president of North Fork Bank and, earlier, an assistant vice president of Roosevelt Savings Bank for more than 10 years.

Community National has $404 million of assets.

SOUTHEAST

Eagle Bancorp Inc. in Bethesda, Md., has hired Laurence E. Bensignor as a senior vice president of the company and its EagleBank.

Bensignor was a principal of a privately owned real estate firm, Van Metre Cos. Before that he was a partner in Arter and Hadden LLP.

The company also hired Douglas L. …

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