Robert K. Koontz has been reelected to the board of directors of Security National Corp., parent company of Security National Bank. He will also continue as a member of Security National Bank's executive committee. Koontz was formerly vice chairman of Security National Corp.'s board. Laurence W. Levine has also been named a member of the board of directors of Security National Corp. Levine is a partner of the New York law firm of Walsh & Levine.
Berl Bernhard and Carol S. Greenwald have been elected to the board of directors of The National Bank of Washington. Bernhard is chairman of the board of the Washington law firm of Verner, Liipfert, Bernhard and McPherson.
Bernhard was director of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights under President John F. Kennedy and a former special counsel of the Democratic National Committee. He is also the principal owner and chairman of the Washington Federals football team.
Greenwald is president of The Washington Financial Group. She was formerly president and chief executive officer of the National Consumer Cooperative Bank, commissioner of banks for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and an associate professor of Harvard Business School.
Conley Ricker has resigned as chief executive officer of the American Indian National Bank. Patrick C. Kinney will be acting chief executive until a successor is named.
Doris A. Gentry has been named vice president in charge of funds management and corporate planning at First American Bank of Maryland. Gentry formerly directed the consulting and education division at Olson Research Associates Inc. in Greenbelt.
John Morton III has been promoted to senior vice president of Maryland National Bank. He was formerly regional vice president for Montgomery County.