Lake Shore Savings Bank Promotes 3
DUNKIRK — Lake Shore Savings Bank has promoted Adam Dimitri, Amy Harding and Gabriele Maddalena to vice president, regional branch sales officer.
Dimitri, who will serve as regional branch sales officer for the northern Chautauqua County branches of Lake Shore Savings Bank, including Dunkirk, Fredonia and Westfield, brings with him more than 14 years of banking experience. He joined the Lake Shore Savings team in 2006 as a teller and has served various roles throughout his career, including most recently as branch sales manager for the Fredonia and Westfield branch offices.
Dimitri attended Jamestown Community College and the State University at Fredonia, where he earned a degree in business administration. He is active in the community as a member of the Westfield-Mayville Rotary Club, a current voting member of the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation and a member of The Resource Center golf steering committee.
He is also a coach for Fredonia Little League and Northern Chautauqua Soccer Association. Dimitri lives with his family in Fredonia.
Amy Harding, who will serve as regional branch sales officer for the southern Chautauqua County branches of Lake Shore Savings Bank, including Lakewood and Jamestown, brings with her more than two decades of banking experience. She joined the Lake Shore Savings team in 1997 and has since held various positions including mortgage specialist, assistant branch manager, branch manager, and most recently as branch sales manager of the Lakewood branch.
Harding attended Jamestown Community College and is active with various community groups, including the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce and Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Board of Realtors. She also serves as a board member and treasurer of the Chautauqua County Safety Education Village and as a member of the United Way of Southern Chautauqua County allocations committee. Harding lives in French Creek.
Maddalena, who will serve as Regional Branch Sales Officer for the Snyder, East Amherst and Depew branches of Lake Shore Savings Bank, brings with him more than two decades of banking experience, having started his banking career in 1998 with Rochester Community Savings Bank, which was eventually acquired by Citizens Bank, where he served as a branch manager. He joined the Lake Shore Savings Bank team in 2010.
“We are pleased to announce the promotions of Adam, Amy and Gabe, as it reflects their impressive contributions to the growth of our organization,” said Daniel Reininga, Lake Shore Savings Bank president and chief executive officer. “They have each demonstrated strong leadership abilities and each has an extensive background in branch sales, customer service, bank operations and loan originations, which is integral to our continued success in delivering the Lake Shore Savings Bank Brand of Putting People First throughout the communities of Western New York.”