Wiley announces retirement
Published 10:01 am Friday, October 31, 2008
Daniel H. “Skip” Wiley plans to retire as president and chief executive officer of Ohio River Bank, effective at the end of the year. Following his retirement he will continue to serve as a member of the bank’s Board of Directors.
Wiley, 65, with 45 years of banking experience, was one of the founders of the bank and has lead the bank since its development in 1994 and opening in 1995.
During that time the bank has grown to over $90 million in assets with three locations.
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Bank Board Chairman, Keith F. Molihan said, “With his extensive experience, Skip was the perfect fit to establish and lead the bank and I continue to learn things relating to banking from him. We’re really going to miss him. I can honestly say that without his leadership, knowledge and vision for the future, the bank would not be where it is today.”
He added that a succesor has already been named.
“I am elated to announce that Jodi A. Rowe-Collins has been designated by the board of directors as successor to Wiley as president and chief executive effice,” Molihan said.