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Five Star Bank announces that Kevin Quinn has been named senior vice president and commercial banking executive and Timothy Perrotta has been named senior vice president and director of human resources.

Quinn is responsible for commercial and industrial lending, business banking, cash management, community development and merchant services. He is a graduate of University of Notre Dame and earned a J.D. and MBA in corporate finance from SUNY Buffalo.

Perrotta joined Five Star Bank in 2018 as manager of total rewards. He is a graduate of Nazareth College and received his MBA in finance and competitive strategy from University of Rochester’s Simon Business School.

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