Camco Financial Corp. of Cambridge, Ohio, has promoted James E. Brooks to senior vice president, chief financial officer, and treasurer for the company and its Advantage Bank.
Mr. Brooks had been a vice president and the chief audit officer for Advantage since 2007. Before that he had been the risk manager for JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s global finance division in Columbus. Earlier he had been an audit officer in JPMorgan Chase's corporate audit department.
Camco Financial has $1 billion of assets.
Peoples State Bank, a Madison Heights, Mich., unit of PSB Group Inc., has promoted Jeffrey L. Moore to senior vice president and Carol A. Woonton to officer.
Mr. Moore will remain the $395 million-asset bank's chief credit officer. He had also been an executive vice president.
Before joining Peoples, he was a senior vice president and the manager of the affiliate business banking department for Fifth Third Bank's eastern Michigan market.
Ms. Woonton will remain a branch manager in Grosse Pointe Woods.
Before joining Peoples, she was a branch manager for Citizens Bank.
MIDDLE ATLANTICFirst Keystone Financial Inc. of Media, Pa., has promoted Hugh Garchinsky to president and chief executive officer of the company and its First Keystone Bank.
Mr. Garchinsky will remain the senior vice president and chief financial officer of the $519 million-asset bank and its parent. He has held those jobs since August. Before that he had worked for the bank in the finance department since June.
Before joining First Keystone Bank, he had been a division president at National Penn Bank from 2004, when it bought Peoples Bank of Oxford, until 2007.
Before the purchase he had been the president and CEO of Peoples since 2000 and had worked there since 1992.
S&T Bancorp of Indiana, Pa., has promoted Joanne Duggan, Ken Parsons, and Becky Stapleton to senior vice president at its S&T Bank.
Ms. Duggan will continue to run the retail mortgage lending group. She had been a vice president of the $4.4 billion-asset bank, where she has worked since 1987.
Mr. Parsons will remain a commercial lending officer. He was the vice president of the commercial lending group, which he joined in 2001. Before that he had been a regional manager.
He joined S&T Bank in 1991 as a branch manager.
Ms. Stapleton will remain an employee services manager. She had been a vice president in the employee services department since last year. Before that she had been vice president of training since 1995.
She joined the bank in 1988 as a training manager.
WESTSunwest Bank of Tustin, Calif., has hired Terri Hamilton, Kimberly Kaseta, and Lisa Stultz as vice presidents and relationship managers in its community association services division.
Ms. Hamilton will oversee the $312 million-asset bank's relationships in Orange County. She was the senior vice president and homeowners associations industry manager for Vineyard Bank. Before that she had been the vice president and manager of the homeowners title escrow division at U.S. Bank.
Ms. Kaseta will oversee Sunwest's community associations services division in Arizona. She was the senior vice president and homeowners association customer service manager for First National Bank of Arizona's Community Association Bank.
Before that she had been a vice president and district manager of the Arizona market at Comerica Bank. Earlier she had been an assistant vice president and branch sales manager at Comerica.
Ms. Stultz will join Ms. Kaseta in Sunwest's Arizona market and will work with property management companies and self-managed homeowners associations.
She was a senior vice president and a sales manager at First National Bank. Before that she had been a senior vice president and manager of the corporate security, fraud, and retail operations division.
Earlier she had been an assistant vice president and retail administration projectin manager for Fifth Third Bank.