Manufacturers Bank in Chicago has promoted Thomas P. FitzGibbon Jr. to senior vice president of retail banking.

He will remain president of Manufacturers Community Development Corp., an equity investment subsidiary he has led since joining the bank in 1995.

Mr. FitzGibbon will be responsible for all retail banking at the $1.3 billion-asset bank, including its financial services division, which handles noninsured products.

He will report to Mitchell Feiger, chairman and chief executive officer.

Mr. FitzGibbon came to Manufacturers from Comerica Bank in Detroit; for three years he was its vice president of community reinvestment and regulatory compliance. He has 30 years of financial services experience.

Community Bank Shares of Indiana Inc. in New Albany has hired James D. Rickard as president and CEO.He succeeded Michael L. Douglas, who will retire early next year. In the meantime Mr. Douglas will serve as the company's interim executive vice president and chief operating officer, as well as interim president and CEO of its Community Bank of Southern Indiana.

Mr. Rickard, 46, was president and CEO of Union Planters Bank's three-branch Corbin, Ky., market. He had been president and CEO of First National Bank in Corbin and CEO of its parent company, Southeast Bancorp, when Memphis-based Union Planters Corp. bought the latter in 1998. He has 26 years of banking experience.

Community Bank Shares of Indiana has $408 million of assets.

Camco Financial Corp. in Cambridge, Ohio, has hired David S. Caldwell as president and CEO of its $157.4 million Westwood Homestead Savings Bank in Cincinnati.He succeeded Michael P. Drennan, who retired after 41 years with the company.

Mr. Caldwell was a senior vice president at $7.4 billion-asset Central Carolina Bank and Trust Co. in Durham, N.C., where he had worked for three years. Before that he had been a senior vice president at Bank One in Columbus, Ohio, his employer for 12 years.

Camco Financial has $1 billion of assets.

Cole Taylor Bank in Chicago has named vice president Scott W. Wright as manager of its North Milwaukee Avenue banking center.Mr. Wright managed the Broadview banking center; he had been hired last year as its sales manager.

Cole Taylor Bank has $2.2 billion of assets.

SOUTHEASTFirst National Bank in Orangeburg, S.C., has hired Paula Millen as a mortgage loan officer for its Columbia, S.C., branch.

Ms. Millen was a mortgage loan consultant in Columbia at Wachovia Corp. of Winston-Salem, N.C. Previously she was a Realtor with Russell & Jeffcoat Realtors Inc. in Columbia. She has five years' experience in the mortgage industry.

First National, whose holding company is Orangeburg-based First National Corp., has $915.6 million of assets. It entered the Columbia mortgage market in the first quarter of 1999.

Intercontinental National Bank in San Antonio has hired Charles M. Denny as senior operations officer and William M. Langford as assistant vice president of lending.Mr. Denny was a senior vice president at Community Bank and Trust in Beaumont, Tex. He has 30 years of banking experience.

Mr. Langford came from First Commercial Bank in Seguin, Tex. He has 13 years of consumer, commercial, and small-business lending experience.

Intercontinental National Bank has $69 million of assets.

WESTCity National Bank in Beverly Hills, Calif., has hired Thomas Miller as executive vice president and director of marketing.

Mr. Miller was executive vice president and general manager of the Los Angeles office of FCB Worldwide (formerly Foote, Cone & Belding), where he had worked for seven years. He has 25 years of advertising experience, including positions as the director of client services at November Co. in New York City and Washington and as president and general manager of the New York office at Ketchum Advertising.

City National Bank has $8.4 billion of assets.

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