United Bank in Fairfax, Va., a unit of United Bankshares in Parkersburg, W.Va., has a new chairman and a new president/chief executive officer.
They succeeded Bernard Clineburg, who left the $1.6 billion-asset bank in February.
Kendal E. Carson became president, CEO, and a director. He remains chief credit officer as well as head of real estate lending, a job he has held since joining the bank in 1992 from NationsBank (now Bank of America). He has 22 years of banking experience.
Lawrence K. Doll was named chairman of the Virginia bank. He is the president of Lawrence Doll Co., a local real estate company, and was vice chairman of Fairfax-based George Mason Bankshares when United Bankshares bought it in 1998.
Richard Adams is chairman, president, and CEO of the $5.1 billion-asset holding company.
Windsor Federal Savings and Loan Association in Windsor, Conn., has promoted vice president William J. Lidestri to senior vice president in charge of retail banking and operations.Mr. Lidestri, who began his banking career in 1977, joined Windsor Federal in October 1995 as a vice president of retail banking and operations. He came from New London Federal Savings in New London, Conn., where he was senior vice president of retail banking operations/administration. (New London Federal is now owned by Norwich-based Chelsea Groton Savings Bank.)
Windsor Federal has $140 million of assets.
Marquette National Bank in Chicago has promoted Steven Ringl to assistant vice president and audit manager at its main branch.Mr. Ringl was an assistant to the chief auditor.
He joined Marquette National in 1996. Earlier he was audit supervisor for Beverly Bancorp, a predecessor of Charter-Michigan Bancorp, in Chicago. Before that he was a staff accountant for Superior Bank in Oak Brook Terrace, Ill. Marquette's holding company is $1 billion-asset Marquette National Corp.
Silicon Valley Bank has named senior vice president Doug Mangum as manager of its newly created Southwest division.He will be based in Austin, Tex., and be in charge of the bank's offices there and in Dallas and Phoenix.
Mr. Mangum joined the Santa Clara, Calif., bank in 1996 as a vice president in charge of opening the Austin office, which he will continue to run. In early February, when the Dallas office opened, he also became its interim manager; Robert Sureck is now in charge there.
Before joining Silicon Valley, Mr. Mangum worked at Chase Manhattan Bank in Austin. He began his banking career at North Austin State Bank, which Bank One Corp. later bought. He has 19 years of banking experience.
Silicon Valley Bank also made Mr. Mangum a member of its managing committee. The parent Silicon Valley Bankshares has $4.6 billion of assets.
Imperial Bancorp in Los Angeles has named executive vice president Dennis J. Lacey as its chief financial officer and that of its $6 billion-asset Imperial Bank.He succeeded Christine M. McCarthy, who left to become treasurer and a senior vice president at Walt Disney Co.
Mr. Lacey retains his responsibilities for overseeing equipment leasing, small business lending, and corporate development activities. He is also a member of the holding company's management committee and of the Imperial Ventures Inc. and Imperial Creditcorp boards.
Mr. Lacey joined the bank in 1998 as president of the small-business lending division. Earlier he worked seven years as chief executive officer and president of Capital Associates Inc., an international leasing company in Lakewood, Colo.
Before that he worked 14 years as a partner at the Coopers & Lybrand accounting firm.