Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Co. announced that Stephanie E. Holmquist has been promoted to the position of officer and Schroon Lake branch manager.
Holmquist will oversee day-to-day operations, strengthen existing customer relationships, and develop new consumer and business banking relationships for the Schroon Lake area.
She began her career with Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Co. in 2016 as a traveling teller and was subsequently promoted to traveling assistant manager earlier this year.
Holmquist earned her Associate of Applied Science degree from Maria College of Albany. She volunteers in her community at the Schroon Lake Public Library and for AIM Services, Inc.
NBT Bancorp Inc. announced that Scott A. Kingsley has been appointed executive vice president and chief financial officer.
Kingsley will join NBT’s executive management team and be based at the company’s headquarters in Norwich, NY.
He brings 35 years of experience to his new role, including 16 years as a member of the leadership team at Community Bank System, Inc. where he served as chief operating officer and prior to that as chief financial officer.
Kingsley started his career with PricewaterhouseCoopers and was employed there for eight years before joining the Carlisle Companies, Inc., a large publicly traded manufacturer and distributor, where he served first as corporate controller and then as chief financial officer of its Carlisle Engineered Products operating division.
A Certified Public Accountant, Kingsley earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting at Clarkson University. He is a community leader and volunteer, serving on the Crouse Health Foundation Board of Trustees and on the Audit and Finance Committee for the Catholic Diocese of Syracuse.
He also volunteers with OnMyTeam16, a nonprofit organization supporting children in the fight against cancer, and is currently training for the 2021 Boston Marathon as part of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute team.
The Double H Ranch announced the appointment of Charles Day to its board of directors.
Day serves as vice president of security services at Albany Medical Center where he has worked since 2011. He served more than 20 years for the New York State Police and retired with the rank of major.
Day is active as a board member of the United Way of the Greater Capital Region, The Baby Institute, George Biddle Kelley Education Foundation, and Beta Psi Foundation. He also serves as the co-chairman of the COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Task Force.
Adirondack Winery announced Brad Casacci was promoted to winemaker.
Casacci, who was hired as a winemaking assistant in 2011, has spent the past decade learning the craft of winemaking at the family owned and operated winery’s company headquarters in Queensbury.
He takes over day-to-day operations of Adirondack Winery’s winemaking department from co-owner Michael Pardy, who will now shift his focus to his duties as CEO.
The Adirondack Thunder, proud ECHL affiliate of the New Jersey Devils, has promoted Tadd Sipowicz from director of business development to chief revenue officer.
Sipowicz, a Hudson Falls native, has been a full-time employee with the Adirondack Thunder since the 2016-17 season when he was brought on to help the corporate sales staff.
In his new role, he will oversee the revenue streams for corporate and ticket sales.