William D. Hoover has been elected chairman of the board of directors for the North Carolina Alliance of Community Financial Institutions, Raleigh, for 1993-94. Mr. Hoover is president of First Southern Savings Bank, Asheboro.
He succeeds Brent D. Nash, president of Edgecombe Homestead Savings Bank, Tarboro.
H. Clark Goodwin, president and chief executive officer of Bank of Union, Monroe, has been elected senior vice chairman of the group's board of directors.
Newly elected directors include: C. Fred Clark Jr., president and chief executive officer of State Bank of Fayetteville; Bettie A. Greene, secretary-treasurer, Liberty (N.C.) Savings; Nick W. Mitchell Jr., president, Piedmont Federal Savings, Winston-Salem; John H. Morrison, president and chief executive officer, First Commercial Bank, Asheville.
Also elected as directors were: William E. Samuels Jr., executive vice president, First Federal Savings Bank of Moore Country, Southern Pines; Everette Stiles, executive vice president, Macon Savings Bank, Franklin; Billy T. Woodard, president and chairman of the board, Fidelity Bank, Fuquay-Varina; and Stanley E. Wright, president, Raleigh Federal Savings Bank.
The North Carolina Alliance of Community Financial Institutions is a trade association that represents community financial institutions in the state.