August 21, 2014

Community Banking

Banks Applying for State Charters

| 11/1/2007

» Maitland: First Colony Bank of Florida
President/CEO: Bruce May

» Sarasota: Gateway Bank of Southwest Florida
President/CEO: Shaun P. Merriman
, former AmSouth Bank executive for the area from Marco Island to Bradenton

» Palm Coast: Intracoastal Bank
President/CEO: Bruce E. Page
, former president and CEO of Cypress/Coquina Bank (now part of Alabama National Bancorp.)

» Tallahassee: Prime Meridian Bank
CEO: Sammie D. Dixon, former senior vice president for Regions Bank in Tallahassee and previously CEO and president for the Bank of Thomas County in Georgia.
President/chief loan officer: Chris L. Jensen, former Tallahassee president for Regions Bank, executive with SouthTrust and, in 1990, one of the founders of First Bank of Tallahassee

» Dade City: Florida Traditions Bank
President/CEO: James S. “Bud” Stalnaker Jr., former CEO and president of CenterState Bank West Florida

» Oldsmar: Jefferson Bank of Florida
President/CEO: Robert B. McGivney, former president and CEO of Madison BancShares and its subsidiary Madison Bank and, after its acquisition, area president of Whitney Bank

» Venice: Florida Shores Bank-Southwest
President/CEO: James F. Kuhlman, former president and CEO of Premier Community Bank and, after the bank’s acquisition, a member of the management team at Colonial Bank

» South Miami: Professional Bank
President/CEO: Gary Moss, former executive vice president of TransAtlantic Bank and previously president and CEO of MetroBank in Miami

» Boynton Beach: Palm Beach Community Bank
President/CEO: Calvin L. Cearley,
CEO of Palm Beach County Bank until shortly after its acquisition by Commerce Bank in 2005

Tags: Banking & Finance

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