S&T Bank Promotes William Kametz to EVP

By Joyce Dimaculangan

S&T Bank announced the promotion of William Kametz, also known as Bill, to Executive Vice President and Deputy Chief Credit Officer. A seasoned business executive, Mr. Kametz has been with the Bank for more than six years. Prior to joining S&T Bank, he worked at VIST Financial Corporation as Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer. He held several executive level positions from different financial institutions, including Sterling Financial Corporation, Bank of Pennsylvania, and Mellon Bank, which he served for 16 years. He has a unique combination of skills and experience in strategic planning, credit risk management, and project management.

Mr. Kametz’ promotions coincides with the promotion of another senior-level employee.
S&T Bank“We’re excited to celebrate the promotion of two dedicated S&T Bank employees who have distinguished themselves as exceptional senior level leaders within our organization,” said Todd D. Brice, President and Chief Executive Officer of S&T Bank. He added that, “We are confident that their experience and vision will continue to drive our success, and congratulate them both on their well-deserved promotions.”

Mr. Kametz earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Franklin & Marshall College. He also holds graduate and undergraduate diplomas from the University of Oklahoma’s National Commercial Lending School.

About S&T Bank
Founded in 1902 S&T is headquartered in Indiana, Pennsylvania. S&T Bank is a full-service financial institution with assets of $4.7 billion and operates branch locations in 12 Pennsylvania counties, including in Allegheny, Blair, Cambria, Indiana, and Washington, and loan production offices in Northeast and Central Ohio. For more information, visit www.stbank.com.

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