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Russell G. Matthews.

The Greater New York Savings Bank announced that Russell G. Matthews (photo), has joined the bank as executive vice president, chief lending officer. Also, Michael J. Henchy has been appointed executive vice president, chief administrative officer, and Henry A. Braun, senior vice president, banking operations.

Matthews, 41 years old, joins The Greater after creating and leading Apple Bank's mortgage banking division -- overseeing the origination of all residential loans, the secondary marketing of all residential and commercial mortgage loans, and mortgage servicing. Matthews also was responsible for Apple's loan workout and asset management departments.

Matthews, who earned a law degree from St. John's University, and a BA from Rutgers College, lives in Manhattan. he is a member of the committee on mortgages and real estate of the Community Bankers Association of New York State.

Henchy, 42 years old, joined The Greater in 1970 as a management trainee and had been executive vice president of banking operations since 1988. He is on the operations committee of the Community Bankers Association of New York State and the National Council of Savings Institutions.

A graduate of St. Francis College in Brooklyn, Henchy earned a master's degree in banking and money management from Adelphi University Henchy lives in Malverne.

For the apst three years, Braun, 46 years old, was senior vice president, director of marketing at The Greater. Previously, he was executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Williamsburg Savings Bank.

Braun earned a BBA and an MBA in management from Dowling College in Oakdale, where he lives.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
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Date:Feb 12, 1992
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