Liberty Bank for Savings in Chicago has promoted Joseph J. Moravecek to senior vice president and chief operations officer.
Moravecek was the chief financial officer. Before that he was the treasurer of the $813 million-asset bank, and earlier he was an accounting manager. He has been with Liberty Bank for 35 years.
The bank also hired Steven E. Stock to succeed Moravecek as CFO. Stock was the president and chief financial officer of George Washington Savings Bank.
Sandy Spring Bancorp Inc. of Olney, Md., has hired W. Craig Engelhaupt as a vice president and commercial relationship manager.
Engelhaupt was a senior vice president at CommerceFirst Bank. Before that he oversaw business development for M&T Bank.
Sandy Spring has $3.6 billion of assets.
National Capital Bank of Washington has hired David M. Glaser as its vice president of business development.
Glaser was a senior vice president of retail administration and corporate services at Adams Bank. Before that he was a business development officer and earlier a branch manager. He worked at Adams for 14 years.
National Capital Bank has $268 million of assets.
Gouverneur Savings and Loan Association of New York announced that Robert J. Twyman, its vice president and chief financial officer, has retired.
Twyman had been the vice president since 2001 and CFO since joining the $143 billion-asset bank in 1999. Before that he had been the vice president and comptroller of First National Bank of Northern New York since 1989.
Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Co. in New York has promoted Michael S. Dier to group head of asset management, personal trust and retirement plan services and Thomas J. Murphy to senior trust officer.
Dier will remain a senior vice president, a post he has held since 2006, and the chief investment officer of the $1.5 billion-asset bank. He was promoted to CIO in 2000. Before that he had been a vice president and senior investment office and investment department manager since 1997.
Murphy also will remain a senior vice president. He has been a senior VP since 2007, when he was promoted to manager of personal trust. He had been the corporate secretary and cashier since last year. He joined the bank in 2004 as vice president, trust officer and manager of the personal trust department.
Unity Bancorp Inc. of Clinton, N.J., has hired Ray Kenwell as an executive vice president and its chief lending officer.
Kenwell was president and chief operating officer of Universal Interlock Corp., a wholesale distribution company. Before that he was an executive vice president and the head of the lending division at United Trust Bank.
Unity Bancorp has $921 million of assets.
CVB Financial Corp. of Ontario, Calif., has hired William V. Zaleski as the manager of trust services for its wealth management arm, CitzensTrust.
Zaleski was a senior wealth adviser at Dubuque Bank and Trust. Before that he was the vice president and savings officer at Greenfield Savings Bank.
He will report to Chris A. Walters, executive vice president of CitizensTrust.
CVB has $6.5 billion of assets.
Community Valley Bancorp of Chico, Calif., announced the retirement of Keith Robbins, its president and chief executive.
Robbins will also retire from his post as CEO of the $552 million-asset bank's subsidiary, Butte Community Bank. He had been president and CEO of Community Valley since 2007 and CEO of Butte since 1990. He was the president of Butte from 1990 to 2007, when he was succeeded by John Coger, who will also be taking over his role as president and CEO of Community Valley.
Coger was an executive vice president, the chief financial officer and the chief operating officer of Community Valley Bancorp and Butte Community Bank. He has been a director of the bank since 2004 and has worked for Butte since 1989.