Metairie Bank Announces LeBlanc As New SVP, CFO

METAIRIE, LA – Metairie Bank recently announced John P. LeBlanc is Metairie Bank’s new Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, and will be responsible for all financial operations and activities, including financial reporting, budgeting, investments and interest rate risk management, as well as information technology and investor relations.

         LeBlanc is replacing F. William Haacke, Jr., who is retiring from the bank after 14 years of distinguished service as its Chief Financial Officer, and over 30 years overall in the financial services industry.

         Prior to joining the team, LeBlanc served as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operations Officer for Bank of New Orleans and Louisiana Bancorp, Inc.

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         "We are very fortunate that John is joining our team as he shares our passion for service excellence, employee engagement and community enrichment," said Ron E. Samford, Jr., Chief Executive Officer. "I am confident that John’s strong leadership skills will help us continue to build an infrastructure that supports long-term growth through enhanced technologies, empowered employees, and lean operations.”

         LeBlanc has been active in the Greater New Orleans community, serving as an Executive Board member of the Jefferson Parish Chamber of Commerce and on the Executive Leadership Council of the American Cancer Society. He received his Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of New Orleans.

         LeBlanc resides in Metairie with his wife, Sherie, and their three children: daughter Taylor attending the University of Alabama, oldest son Brady attending Jesuit High School and son Tanner attending Christian Brothers School.

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