June 22, 2015
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COLUMBIA, S.C. – David Lominack, South Carolina market president for TD Bank, N.A., will begin a one-year term as chairman of the South Carolina Bankers Association on July 1. Lominack was elected to the position at the association’s annual meeting, held earlier this month in Charleston.
Lominack has been with TD Bank and predecessor Carolina First Bank since 1997, and was named South Carolina market president earlier this spring.
Lominack succeeds H. Blake Gibbons Jr., president and chief operating officer of The Citizens Bank, in Olanta.
“I am truly honored to have been selected as chairman and I very much appreciate the confidence of our membership,” Lominack said. “The SCBA has a rich history of actively representing the banking industry at a state and national level and serving as a resource to our membership regardless of institution size. I look forward to continuing to build on that history.”
Lominack earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Presbyterian College. He is a graduate of the Stonier National Graduate School of Banking, Leadership Greenville, the Diversity Leadership Initiative at Furman and is a Liberty Fellow.
Lominack has served on numerous community boards. Currently, he is chairman of the United Way of Greenville County’s annual campaign and vice chairman of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce.
“David has been a strong supporter of both the South Carolina Bankers Association and our industry, and he’s an ideal choice to lead our board,” said SCBA President and CEO Fred Green.
Lominack, a Greenville native, joined the former Carolina First Bank in May 1997 as a management associate. Upon completion of the Management Associate program, he served in a number of roles including branch manager, commercial loan officer, manager of Private Banking, and regional Retail Banking executive. From 2006-2010, he served as market president for the Midlands region of South Carolina. He returned to Greenville in 2010 to take on the role of market president for the Upstate region. Lominack was promoted to market president of the newly formed Upstate-Midlands region upon the acquisition of Carolina First by TD Bank.
Lominack and his wife Courtney reside in Greenville with their three children: Henry, James and Lynne.
The South Carolina Bankers Association is the trade and professional association representing more than 80 financial institutions across the state. The SCBA is organized to effectively represent the common interest and welfare of South Carolina’s banking industry and to promote the professional development of its members and individual practitioners. The SCBA’s mission is to provide legislative, regulatory, educational and product leadership on behalf of its members.
For more information about the SCBA please visit scbankers.org.
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