Coatesville Savings Bank has named three new team leaders to guide the bank’s product and service delivery teams.
President and CEO Frederick P. Henrich said that their experience within the industry and their commitment will help reinforce the bank’s vision to provide a financially strong, independent bank that meets the financial needs of customers and the community, while providing an exceptional working environment for employees.
Carl J. Needles has been named Vice President and Retail Banking Officer and will oversee all aspects of the bank’s retail delivery system, including its branches and community involvement activities. He brings 35 years of experience in retail team development throughout multiple banks in the region and has been actively involved with building marketing and strategic planning efforts.
Needles is a resident of Havertown and graduated from Eastern University, Delaware County Community College, and the Consumer Bankers Association’s Graduate School of Retail Bank Management at the University of Virginia. He is very active as the Vice Chair of the St. Rose of Lima Advisory Board, Secretary for Surrey Services for Seniors, and a member of the Delaware County Community College Foundation Board.
Lori Adamski has been named Vice President and Bank Operations Officer and will oversee all of the bank’s loan and deposit operations and electronic banking services teams. She brings more than 25 years of experience in operations, vendor management, and product and services planning and innovation to the bank.
Adamski graduated from the Central Atlantic School of Banking at Bucknell University and has completed the NACHA Payments Institute training program. She has served on various focus groups and leadership teams and lives in Reading.
Joseph A. Panaro has been named Vice President and Senior Loan Officer and will oversee the bank’s lending efforts through its team of Business Development Officers. He brings more than 35 years of lending and underwriting experience and has built a network of references within the area.
Panaro graduated from Saint Francis University and Penn State and is an active board member and Treasurer of the Chester County Family Academy and the West Chester Rotary Club, along with multiple chambers of commerce. He is a resident of Honey Brook.