First State Bancorp. in Albuquerque, has promoted Jed Fanning to chief credit officer.

Mr. Fanning is to remain a director of the company. He was the regional president for southern New Mexico, Colorado, and Arizona since joining the company in 2005. Before that he was Wells Fargo & Co.'s regional president for New Mexico in Las Cruces starting in 1999.

Earlier, he had been Wells' regional manager for western New Mexico.

First State Bancorp has $3.4 billion of assets.

MIDWEST1st Reverse Financial Services LLC in Westmont, Ill., has hired Tim Linger as the retail sales manager for the Middle Atlantic states in the company's retail reverse mortgage lending division.

Mr. Linger had been the retail sales manager since 2005 for the Southeast region at Financial Freedom Senior Funding Corp. He also started and was the president of the Senior Education Foundation, a nonprofit agency that gives senior citizens information primarily about finances and health care.

1st Reverse is a subsidiary of WSFS Financial Corp.

MIDDLE ATLANTICFirst National Bank of Pennsylvania in Greenville has hired John C. Williams Jr. as its market executive for Pittsburgh.

Mr. Williams was the executive vice president for commercial banking at Huntington National Bank in Pittsburgh. Before that he worked for National City Bank.

He will report to Vincent J. Delie Jr., the president of the banking group for the bank's parent, F.N.B. Corp.

First National has $5.8 billion of assets.


 Westchester Bank in Yonkers, N.Y., has hired John M. Tolomer as its president and chief executive officer.

Mr. Tolomer had been the president of Commerce Bank's Florida market since 2005. Toronto-Dominion Bank bought the Cherry Hill, N.J., bank in March. Mr. Tolomer joined Commerce in 2003 to oversee its expansion into Westchester County.

He succeeds George E. Dunkel, the founding president and CEO of the $27 million-asset bank, who is to retire after 50 years in the banking industry.

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