Cambridge Savings Names Acting CEO, President

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Cambridge Savings Bank in Massachusetts said that Robert Wilson, its president and chief executive, has taken a medical leave.

The $2.3 billion-asset bank said Wednesday that Kevin Fitzgerald, a former chairman, will fill on for Wilson on an interim basis. Fitzgerald became the bank’s president and chief operating officer in 1998 and was named chairman and CEO in July 2005. He retired in December 2006 after more than four decades at Cambridge Savings.

Wilson succeeded Fitzgerald as CEO in December 2006 while retaining his title as president. He joined Cambridge Savings in 1995 as an executive vice president.

It is uncertain how long Wilson, 62, will be out, the Boston Business Journal reported Wednesday.

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