Lyons National Bank recently promoted employees within the organization.
Valorie Heinzman, mortgage originator II, was promoted to assistant vice president. Heinzman was recognized in 2017 as Employee of the Year for outstanding customer service as part of the organization’s WOW! initiative. Heinzman manages mortgage lending efforts in the eastern Ontario and Seneca county markets, and covers LNB’s Geneva and Seneca county branches.
Trisha Mastrodonato, mortgage originator II, was promoted to banking officer. She joined LNB in 2017. Mastrodonato brings 15 years of lending and mortgage origination experience to her role. Based at the LNB Macedon office, she manages mortgage lending needs for customers located in the western Wayne County and Monroe County markets.
Angela Merola, senior collector, was promoted to assistant vice president. Since joining LNB in 2007, Merola created and managed a professional and efficient collections department.
Matthew Morales, mortgage underwriter II, was promoted to banking officer. A graduate of Nazareth College, Morales joined LNB in 2016. Since that time, he became the primary underwriter for construction loans. As a key lending initiative for LNB, Morales plays an important role in the construction lending process.
Craig Schojan, mortgage underwriter II, was promoted to assistant vice president. Joining LNB in 2015, Schojan has over 10 years of underwriting experience and is the lead residential mortgage underwriter for the bank. His expertise in government loans has been instrumental in the bank’s Federal Housing Administration, Veterans Administration and U.S. Department of Agriculture lending initiatives.
Barbara Taney, director of marketing, was promoted to assistant vice president. She joined LNB in 2013. Taney is responsible for overseeing marketing, advertising and public relations efforts for the branch system. In 2016, she was awarded the Certified Financial Marketing Professional designation from Institute of Certified Bankers, a subsidiary of American Bankers Association.