Shirley C. Beavers Jr. and Barry J. Fitzpatrick have been elected executive vice presidents of First Virginia Banks Inc., a $6.1 billion-asset bank holding company headquartered in Falls Church, Va.

Mr. Beavers is responsible for the service affiliates and related staff functions and Mr. Fitzpatrick is responsible for the banking affiliates, which are organized in five regions, and the four regional operations centers.

Charles L. Robbins 3d has been named senior vice president and regional executive officer of the corporation and will be responsible for the Tennessee-western Virgina region, which consists of three banks with 25 offices and the Tennessee operations centers.

Mr. Robbins succeeds Raymond E. Brann Jr., who assumes responsibility for First Virginia's Eastern Region headquarters in Richmond, which consists of five banks and 91 offices and the eastern operations center.

At Tri-City Bank, a subsidiary, Mr. Robbins was elected president and chief executive officer succeeding Mr. Brann, and Larry M. Shaver was elected executive vice president.

Robert H. Zalokar, chairman and chief executive officer of First Virginia Banks, said that in addition to including Mr. Beavers and Mr. Fitzpatrick, the management committee of the corporation would now consist of himself as CEO and Paul H. Geithner Jr. as president and chief administrative officer.

Mr. Beavers will continue as president and CEO of First Virginia Services Inc., the corporation's electronic data processing and electronic banking affiliate.

Mr. Fitzpatrick most recently was senior vice president and regional executive officer for the Eastern Region.


Fleet Bank, Hartford, Conn., has named five senior vice presidents.

They are R. Randolph Hatch, commercial division, private banking regional manager for the Fairfield County market; Susan Kuntz, credit administration, managed assets division; Kathleen Lynch, regional manager for middle-market business in Hartford and points east, commercial division; Jan-Gee McCollam, Hartford corporate and insurance groups, specialized lending area, commercial division; and Thomas J. Tomai, regional manager, western region (West) Hartford and points west), consumer division.

Fleet Bank of Massachusetts, Boston, has named Susan H. Petree vice president and private banking group leader. She was formerly with Boston Co. as vice president and regional lending manager.

Also appointed were Linda B. Taylor, as vice president of corporate banking in the middle-market group, and Giro DeRosa, as vice president and assistant controller.


State Bank of Long Island, New Hyde Park, N.Y., has announced the following appoints:

Thomas A. Arnone to regional vice president responsible for branch administration; Carol L. Barbagallo to assistant vice president; Karyn Kicas and Jeffrey Barber to assistant managers in the lending division; Diane Anthony to assistant manager in the management information systems department; and Lucille N. Jessen to manager in the branch system, and Kevin Carroll to assistant manager in the branch system.

Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, said Peter R. Schleif, financial management executive for consumer financial services, has been appointed a senior vice president.

UJB Financial Service Corp., Ridgefield Park, N.J., part of the UJB Financial Corp., Princeton, said Hubert P. Clarke, vice president and director of the data processing division, has been named senior vice president and director of the technical services division.

Mr. Clarke is responsible for the development and maintenance of communications, capacity planning, equipment acquisition and leasing, and all technical services.

Also at UJB, Peter J. Gindin, vice president and litigation counsel, has been named senior vice president. He is responsible for managing all commercial loan litigation.

United States Trust Co., New York, said Richard J. Burns, Gordon C. Coomans, Wendy Grace, Rosemary J. Long, and Donna Hewitt Romer have joined the bank as vice presidents.

Mr. Burns is a manager in the institutional sales department of the asset management business development division.

Mr. Coomans is a market manager in the institutional sales department; Ms. Grace is a senior banking officer, private banking; Ms. Long is section manager, personal custody department, private banking; and Ms. Romer is a portfolio manager, private client services.

First Fidelity Bancorp., Lawrenceville, N.J., recently named new vice presidents.

They are Charles Adornetto Jr., treasury department; Marilyn Martin, corporate benefit manager; Michael J. Little, asset recovery; Daniel Sweeney, First Fidelity Securities Group; Jeffrey J. Bottari, corporate credit policy and administration; and Giuseppe Di Francesco, national corporate lending.

Douglas W. Cosgrove has been named vice president-commercial loan at First Fidelity Bank North Jersey.

National Westminister Bank N.J., Jersey City, a subsidiary of National Westminister Bancorp, said Donald K. Dodson has joined the bank as vice president.

He will be responsible for developing and servicing accounts in Cape May County for NatWest's commercial banking division.

Sonia J. Ozsahin has joined the bank as vice president in its private clients and investment management group.

Ms. Ozsahin will operate out of offices in Morristown. Previously, she had been a vice president responsible for private banking at Midlantic National Bank.


Bank IV Kansas, Wichita, said James J. Gartner has joined the bank as executive vice president and senior credit officer, a new post.

He is responsible for managing the bank's loan underwriting process.

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