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Todd MacManus Named President and CEO of First Bank


January 18, 2019
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Todd MacManus Named President and CEO of First Bank

(SitNews) Ketchikan, Alaska - The Board of Directors of First Bank recently announced the promotion of Todd MacManus to President and CEO, effective January 1, 2019. He replaces William Moran, Jr., who served as President and CEO for the bank for the past 34 years. Moran will continue to remain as First Bank’s Chairman of the Board.

Born and raised in Ketchikan, MacManus is a 1999 graduate of Ketchikan High School. He holds a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Business Administration, with dual concentrations in finance and law and public policy from Gonzaga University.

MacManus has served in several key roles at First Bank over the past fifteen years, most recently as a Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer.

MacManus said he doesn’t foresee making any major changes in the bank. “I have the luxury of taking over a well-run organization, and I don’t see a need for making any dramatic changes,” he said.

MacManus will be in position to lead First Bank’s 100th anniversary celebration, which is approaching in 2024.

MacManus plays an active role in the community, currently serving on the board of Residential Youth Care and Southern Southeast Building Industry Association, as well as being involved in numerous youth sporting activities.

First Bank is a community bank headquarted in Southeast Alaska with branches in Ketchikan, Juneau, Sitka, Petersburg, Wrangell and Craig. First Bank offers a wide variety of deposit and loan products for consumers and small businesses.


Editing by Mary Kauffman, SitNews

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