Kislak Bank Taps Marzouca As President, Operations Chief
Kislak National Bank, Miami Lakes, Fla., recently promoted Joseph S. Marzouca to president and chief operating officer. Mr. Marzouca will be responsible for managing operations of the $300 million-asset bank, along with the chief executive officer and the bank's board of directors.
Mr. Marzouca started as an assistant cash handler for J.I. Kislak Mortgage Corp. 11 years ago. He joined the bank in 1985.
Mr. Marzouca is a graduate of Boston College, where he earned a bachelor's degree in economics before going to work at Miami's BisCayne Federal Savings and Loan.
He completed graduate work in accounting at' the University of Miami.
Freddie Mac has an addition to its technology team, Stephan A. Hudson, who was recently named vice president of technology strategy.
Mr. Hudson will be responsible for boosting Freddie's performance through the use of technology, including the forging of partnerships within the mortgage finance industry. He will also lead a marketing effort for GoldWorks, the company's mortgage information network.
Since 1991, Mr. Hudson had served as president and chief operating officer of the CorporatiOn for Open systems International, a Fairfax, Va., consortium of users and suppliers of open computer systems.
Under his direction, Open Systems signed agreements with companies that allowed for the easy exchange of information through data networks and video-teleconferencing.
The board of directors for Dallas-based Capstead Mortgage Corp. recently welcomed John Tolleson as its newest member.
Mr. Tolleson is chairman and chief executive officer of First USA Inc., a financial services company specializing in the credit card business.
The company is one of the largest issuers of Visa and MasterCard services with more than 6.8 million credit card issued as of June 1994.
He joins the $8 billion-asset mortgage company after serving on the boards of Visa USA and Visa International as well as MasterCard International.
Dianne P. Kimbrell and C. Larry Alexander have recently come aboard United Companies Financial Corp., of Baton Rouge, La.. as vice presidents.
The $1.9 billion financial services group named Ms. Kimbrell vice president in charge of customer service and Mr. Alexander as vice president responsible for collections.
Ms. Kimbrell, a 27-year veteran of the banking industry.. will be in charge of supporting an origination network of 130 branches in 33 states through United's toll-free telephone system.
She was previously an assistant vice president at Acadia State Bank in Baton Rouge and served in the same capacity at Bank of the South.
Mr. Alexander comes to United after 28 years with Sears, Roebuck and Co.
He will now head a 30-person telecommunications network that the company uses in servicing its $1.7 billion portfolio of over 45,000 home equity loan accounts.
Mr. Alexander will also be responsible for United's mortgage bankruptcies and recovery of charge-offs.