First Colonial Bankshares Corp., Chicago, has named presidents for several units of the bank holding company.

Robert J. Malatt has been named president and chief operating officer of First Colonial Bank Southwest in Burbank, and A. Louis Petritz has been named president and chief operating officer of First Colonial Bank of DuPage County in Naperville.

Mr. Malatt comes to First Colonial from Bank One (formerly Marine Bank Corp.) in La Grange, where he was vice president and chief financial officer for the past six years.

Mr. Petritz joins First Colonial from First National Bank of Chicago/Gary-Wheaton Bank of Fox Valley, where most recently he was president of the Aurora-Naperville branches. He had been president, chairman, and chief executive officer of Gary Wheaton Bank of Fox Valley.

Martin J. Noll has been named president and chief executive officer of Avenue Bank of Oak Park. He joins the bank from First Chicago Bank Oak Park, a branch of the First National Bank of Chicago, where he was division president.

Allen S. Lencioni has been named president of Northlake Bank. He was formerly president of First Colonial bank of DuPage County. Mr. Lencioni was senior vice president and senior lending officer at Colonial Bank in Chicago, First Colonial's flagship bank, prior to becoming president of First Colonial of DuPage County.

Also, Michael A. Speziale has been named president of All American Bank in Chicago.

Mr. Speziale was formerly president of All American's sister bank, Avenue Bank of Oak Park. Before that, he was with First United Financial Services Inc., where he held the position of vice chairman of First Chicago Bank of Mt. Prospect.

He replaces Thomas A. Caravello, who will not work at Colonial Bank, Chicago.

Vice chairman and chief executive officer of Colonial Bank since 1992, Mr. Caravello will team up with president Richard Vucich in running the holding company's flagship bank.

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