PNC Bank recently named James F. Stevenson as regional president for northwestern Pennsylvania. Stevenson previously was the market director for PNC Corporate Banking in the region and was to continue in that role as he assumed his new position. The Erie native succeeds Marlene Mosco, who retired after 47 years with PNC.
“Jim is an experienced, successful banker with deep roots in the community. His leadership will help PNC further grow our business, serve more customers and attract more talent to our team,” said Lou Cestello, executive vice president and head of PNC’s Office of Regional Presidents. “We thank Marlene, who has served PNC Bank in several capacities, including 15 years as regional president.”
A graduate of Gannon University, Stevenson joined PNC in 1989 through the management development program. He has worked as a relationship manager in both Corporate and Commercial banking.