Community Bank Coast recently announced three promotions. Leslie Kelley is Vice President, Business Development. Kelley began her banking career with Community Bank over 13 years ago, most recently serving as Assistant Vice President, Business Development. Kelley will continue her role on the Coast as a Business Development officer.
Kelley is the Secretary of Biloxi’s Kiwanis Club, a Chair 8 member for the Mississippi Young Bankers Association, a member and Ambassador for the Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce, the President of Ocean Springs Education Foundation, and the Secretary of FBE Homeowner’s Association.
Kelley is a graduate of The Mississippi School of Banking at Ole Miss.
Matt Boney is Assistant Vice President. With over six years of banking experience, Boney most recently served as a loan officer. In his new role, he will supervise day to day administration of the branch and assist in consumer and commercial lending.
A life-long resident of Biloxi, Boney received his Bachelor Degree from the University of South Alabama. He went on to complete The Mississippi School of Banking at Ole Miss.
Boney serves on the board for the Lion’s Club and is a member of Coast Young Professionals. He and his wife, Tiersa, have two sons, Maddox and Ellis.
William “Bill” C. Kilduff is Executive Vice President. Kilduff has been with Community Bank for nine years, most recently serving as Senior Vice President. He serves as a senior commercial lender in his area.
A native of Atlantic City, NJ, Kilduff is a graduate of The University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Banking and Finance. He went on to complete the Graduate School of Banking at LSU.
Kilduff is active in the local community, serving on the Ocean Springs Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and as a member of the Mississippi Young Bankers Association, Coast Young Professionals through the Coast Chamber of Commerce and the MGCRC Ambassador Club.
Kilduff and his wife, Jaclyn, reside in Ocean Springs
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