Old Second Hires Commercial Officers In Tri-Cities
AURORA, Ill., April 19, 2013
AURORA, Ill., April 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Old Second Bank recently added
three commercial officers to the Tri-City region.
Charles "Chip" A. Barber of Geneva was named senior vice president-commercial
lending at Old Second Bank, based in the Batavia branch at 1991 W. Wilson St.
He will be responsible for the development of new business for commercial loan
and deposit products to serve business owners of the Tri-Cities.
Prior to joining Old Second, Barber served as vice-president-commercial
services with Providence Bank in Wheaton, regional president at First State
Bancorporation in Wheaton, executive vice president-senior lender with First
Choice Bancorporation in Geneva, senior vice president-chief lending officer
at Heritage Community Bancorporation in Glenwood, and vice president-division
head of commercial banking in Bensenville for American National Bank and Trust
Company of Chicago.
Barber earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accountancy from the University
of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is also a certified public accountant. He
is past president of Rotary Club of Geneva, a member of the endowment
committee of the United Methodist Church of Geneva, a board member with the
Cosley Zoo Foundation in Wheaton, a board member of the University of Illinois
College of Business Alumni Association, and past coat of Tri-Cities Soccer,
Geneva Girls Travel Basketball, and Geneva Foxes Girls Softball.
Robert A. Ferrigan Jr. of Geneva was named senior vice president at Old Second
Bank, based in the St. Charles branch at 801 S. Kirk Rd. he will generate new
commercial loans for the bank with an emphasis on businesses in Kane, DuPage,
and Kendall Counties.
Ferrigan has over 25 years of experience in lending, previously serving as
senior vice president of business banking at Citizens Financial Bank, senior
vice president of business banking at MidAmerica Bank, and regional vice
president-west region business banking at Old Kent Bank.
Ferrigan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from
Elmhurst College. His community involvement includes service as immediate past
president and member of the Rotary Club of Darien, assistant district governor
nominee – Rotary International District #6450, committee chairperson with Boy
Scout Troop One in St. Charles, assistant treasurer and member of St. Marks
Church in St. Charles, and a member of the St. Charles Moose Lodge.
Layne Burns of Batavia was named vice president at Old Second Bank, operating
from the Batavia branch at 1991 W. Wilson St. He will be responsible for
soliciting commercial loans with an emphasis on real estate.
Previously, Burns served as vice president of real estate with Bank Mutual and
vice president of real estate with M&I Bank. He earned a Bachelor of Science
degree in finance from Northern Illinois University. He is also a member of
the Milwaukee School of Engineering's Executive Motorcycle Club, a member of
International Council of Shopping Center, and a past coach of girls' softball
About Old Second
Old Second Bancorp (NASDAQ Symbol "OSBC") is the holding company for Old
Second National Bank. The Bancorp operates over 25 facilities within Kane,
Kendall, DuPage, DeKalb, LaSalle, Will, and Cook Counties.
SOURCE Old Second Bancorp
Contact: Sam Entile, +1-630-906-3108
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