– USA, NY – Greene County Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: GCBC) today announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Paul Slutzky to serve as Chairman of the Board, succeeding Martin Smith who announced a plan to retire from the Board.
“I wish to praise Paul’s dynamic leadership and service. I believe the Bank is well positioned for the future and we look forward to Mr. Slutzky leading the Board of Directors.” said Donald Gibson, President & CEO.
He added: “In addition, I would like to thank Martin Smith for his unwavering dedication and commitment to our Bank and our community. I offer my congratulations for his well-earned retirement.”
Mr. Smith had served on the Board of Directors since 1993 and was named Chairman in 2005.
About Paul Slutzky
Mr. Slutzky joined the Bank’s Board of Directors in 1992. Mr. Slutzky is a former co-owner of Hunter Mountain Ski Area and affiliated companies. He is also retired from I. & O. A. Slutzky, Inc., a general construction company. Mr. Slutzky brings over 40 years of valuable business and leadership skills, financial acumen, and many other qualities that are beneficial to the Board.
Paul Slutzky said, “I am thrilled to have this opportunity, particularly during this challenging time. As one of the last locally owned and operated community banks, we embrace the common goal of reinvigorating the economies of our local communities in the face of the coronavirus pandemic and its economic impact. I am honored by the confidence the Board of Directors has shown in me.”
Greene County Bancorp, Inc. is the parent company of the Bank of Greene County, a locally owned and operated community bank headquartered in Catskill, New York.
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