Terzi, Miller named to posts at bankCharles J. Terzi Jr...

Business Notes

September 29, 1996

Terzi, Miller named to posts at bank

Charles J. Terzi Jr. has been named vice president and Deborah Greger Miller as assistant vice president by Carroll County Bank and Trust Co.

Terzi joined the bank in August as a business development officer for Mason-Dixon Trust Co. He has a bachelor's degree from the University of Baltimore and is a certified corporate trust specialist.

Miller is operations manager in the residential lending department of Mason-Dixon Bancshares Mortgage Co., responsible for originations, processing, closing, post-closing and shipping of residential mortgages.

Zoning board OKs antique shop plan

The Carroll County Board of Zoning Appeals has approved a conditional use for an antique shop at 3423 Littlestown Pike, Union Mills.

William H. Connor of Finksburg asked to put the shop in a dwelling on property zoned agricultural. He proposes to sell collectibles and antiques from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursdays through Mondays.

The property, just less than 1 acre, has a one-story building serving as a residence and the proposed shop.

Taneytown Bank & Trust unveils new division

Taneytown Bank & Trust Co. has formed a Management Services Division in response to the bank's growth.

The new division will be managed by Senior Vice President Edward D. Leister. His duties will include facilities management, renovations, construction and the automated teller machine network.

Craig H. McConnell has joined the bank as manager of the retail banking division. As senior vice president, he will be responsible for branch operations and receive reports from the consumer lending and investors marketplace.

Pub Date: 9/29/96

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