AJS Bancorp in Midlothian, Ill., has hired a replacement for its chief financial officer, who resigned earlier this month.
The $210 million-asset company hired Jerry Weberling on Tuesday as CFO for the holding company and for A.J. Smith Federal Savings Bank. Weberling, 64, was most recently CFO at CFS Bancorp in Munster, Ind., between 2010 and 2013. He was also CFO at MAF Bancorp in Clarendon Hills, Ill., from 1990 to 2007.
Weberling succeeds Thomas Butkus, chairman and chief executive of AJS Bancorp, who assumed the title of interim CFO earlier this month. The previous CFO, Pamela Favero, resigned on Aug. 14, after working on an interim basis.
AJS Bancorp completed a second-step conversion from a mutually owned thrift to a stock savings bank in October 2013.