Eagle Bancgroup, Bloomington, Ill., hired David Wampler to be president of its First Federal Savings and Loan subsidiary, effective Aug. 11.
He is to succeed Donald L. Fernandes, who remains president and chief executive officer of $174.3 million-asset Eagle BancGroup and assumes the posts of chairman and CEO of First Federal.
Mr. Wampler, who was also named vice president of the holding company, was president of Central Illinois Bank of McLean County. Previously, he had been chief executive of its mortgage banking subsidiary, Mortgage Services of Illinois, and he also was a commercial lending officer at Bank One in Bloomington. NEW ENGLAND
Abington Savings Bank in Massachusetts promoted vice president and treasurer Robert M. Lallo to senior vice president and chief financial officer.
Mr. Lallo will now head the departments of accounting, risk management, compliance, and investments. He succeeds Edward J. Merritt as CFO.
Mr. Merritt, an executive vice president at the $501 million-asset savings bank, was named head of Abington's operations division. He is responsible for loan servicing and processing, deposits and collections, telephone banking, public relations, human resources, and management information systems. MIDWEST
The Michigan League of Savings Institutions elected David H. Dunn, president and chief executive officer of Wolverine Bank, Midland, to a one- year term as chairman.
Mr. Dunn succeeded Garry G. Carley, vice chairman of Standard Federal Bank, Troy.
William R. White, president of Dearborn Federal Savings Bank, was elected first vice chairman; and Robert B. Baldwin, president of LaSalle Federal Savings Bank, Buchanan, second vice chairman.
F&M Bancorp., Kaukauna, Wis., promoted John W. Johnson to president and chief operating officer, succeeding Gary Lichtenberg who resigned for personal reasons.
Mr. Johnson joined the $1.4 billion-asset holding company as president of F&M Bank-Pulaski (the former Pulaski State Bank) when it was acquired in 1993. He was later promoted to president of F&M Bank-Northeast and expanded that operation to 11 offices. SOUTHEAST
Triangle Bancorp, Raleigh, N.C., hired R. Scott Anderson to be president and chief executive officer of Bank of Mecklenburg upon completion of a merger.
Triangle announced May 5 that it would acquire Charlotte, N.C.-based Bank of Mecklenburg. The deal is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter; Bank of Mecklenburg will be operated under its own name as a Triangle subsidiary.
Mr. Anderson is to succeed John Ketner in October; Triangle said Mr. Ketner would leave to pursue other business interests.
Mr. Anderson was a city executive at BB&T Bank in Durham, N.C. He had been a commercial banking and branch administration officer at its predecessor, Southern National Bank. WEST
Bank of San Francisco, a $115 million-asset institution, hired three executives to be vice presidents.
David W. Esser Jr. and Paul L. Watts are to be vice presidents and commercial loan officers in the private and business banking division.
Mr. Esser had been vice president of commercial banking, sales, and underwriting at Wells Fargo Bank, Palo Alto.
Mr. Watts had been president and broker-of-record at PLW Financial Services Inc., a business consulting firm he owned in San Carlos. Before that he had worked at Mercury Savings and Loan in San Mateo County.