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Midwest Banc Holdings Inc. of Melrose Park, Ill., said it was "terminating the employment" of Daniel Kadolph, its chief administrative officer since February, and eliminating that position.

The $3.7 billion-asset Midwest announced the termination, which took effect July 1, in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

Before being named chief administrator, Mr. Kadolph had been Midwest Banc's chief financial officer for eight years. Earlier he had been its treasurer and comptroller. He joined the company in 2003, starting at its Midwest Bank and Trust Co.

 


 First Federal Bancshares Inc. of Sioux City, Iowa, said Michael W. Dosland has resigned as the president and chief executive officer of the company, the president and CEO of the $597 million-asset company's Vantus Bank, and a director of both.

He is pursuing opportunities with another company, First Federal said.

Barry E. Backhaus, a director of First Federal, succeeded Mr. Dosland as the interim president and CEO of the company and its bank. He was the president and CEO of both before retiring in 2006.

 


 S.Y. Bancorp Inc. of Louisville has promoted J.A. Hillebrand to president of the company and its Stock Yards Bank and Trust Co.

Mr. Hillebrand was the executive vice president and director of private banking for Stock Yards, where he has worked since 1996. Before that he had worked for Jefferson Banking Co. Earlier he had worked for PNC Bank.

He succeeded David Heintzman, who will remain S.Y.'s chairman and chief executive officer.

The $1.5 billion-asset company also promoted Philip Poindexter to the newly created position of chief lending officer.

Mr. Poindexter has worked for S.Y. since 2004. Before that he had been a city executive for BB&T Corp. and managed all commercial banking for the Louisville market. He joined BB&T in 1994 from Jefferson Banking. Earlier he had been a corporate banker for PNC Bank.


SOUTHWESTAmerican National Bank of Texas in Terrell has hired Mike Gunnels as chief risk officer and chief credit officer.

Mr. Gunnels was a senior vice president at Loan Star Bank. Before that he had been a senior vice president of commercial loan administration at Compass Bank in Dallas. Earlier he had been the national chief credit officer of business banking for Bank One, which JPMorgan Chase & Co. bought in 2004.

American National is a $1.6 billion-asset unit of ANB Holding Co. Ltd. of Terrell.


WESTTamalpais Bank, a San Rafael, Calif., unit of Epic Bancorp, has promoted Mark Chapman to senior vice president, chief marketing officer, and director of corporate communications.

Mr. Chapman had been the $600 million-asset bank's first vice president and director of marketing since last year. Before that he had worked for Wells Fargo & Co.

 


 Temecula Valley Bank in California has hired Thomas J. Altieri as a senior vice president and business development officer in its Small Business Administration division.

Mr. Altieri was a vice president and business development officer for Lehman Brothers Small Business Finance Inc.

Temecula Valley is a $1.3 billion-asset unit of Temecula Valley Bancorp Inc.

 


 Pacific Coast National Bank of San Clemente, Calif., has promoted Debora J. Edson to senior vice president, operations administrator, and bank security officer.

Ms. Edson was the head of the electronic banking division at the $114 million-asset unit of Pacific Coast National Bancorp. In her new job she oversees the bank's electronic banking and central operations.

Before joining Pacific Coast she had been a vice president and operations manager at Commerce National Bank in Irvine.

 


 Pinnacle Bank of Gilroy, Calif., has hired Doug Moffat as its senior vice president and senior relationship manager.

Mr. Moffat was a senior vice president and business banking area manager for Citibank. Before that he had been a vice president and commercial lending officer at Wells Fargo Bank, where he had worked for nine years. Pinnacle Bank has $82 million of assets.

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