Security Bank has announced the promotions of Stephan Paul Antonacci to Chief Operating Officer and Morgan D. Beck, CPA to Chief Financial Officer effective July 1, 2018.

“Both Paul and Morgan have demonstrated a high level of commitment and service to our customers, whether those customers are internal or external.  Both of them deliver on their unique talents to enhance Security Bank as a thriving community bank,” said Eloise L. Mackus, president and Chief Executive Officer.

Antonacci has 21 years of broad banking experience, ranging from community banks to a large, money-center bank.  His experience spans all types of financial services, including mortgage, commercial and consumer lending, retail services, cash and treasury management, private banking, and investments. He resides in Springfield and received a degree in economics from Illinois Wesleyan University.

Beck has been with the bank for 14 years, with a brief period in public accounting audit. At Security Bank, she began as an administrative assistant, then worked sequentially in loan servicing, commercial credit analysis, internal audit, compliance, accounting, enterprise risk, and treasury.  She is a resident of Sherman and graduated from University of Illinois at Springfield.

Antonacci and Beck work out of Security Bank’s headquarters, located at 510 East Monroe in downtown Springfield.  Security Bank offers a broad range of services, including commercial term loans and lines of credit, residential mortgage loans and home equity lines of credit, a complete array of business and consumer deposit accounts and services, and investment advisory services through its subsidiary, SB Financial Services, Inc.

President and Chief Executive Officer Eloise L. Mackus also announced plans to retire from Security Bank at the annual meeting in January 2019.  Mackus has served in her current role since 2012 and said,  “I’m comfortable that with the great team we have in place, it frees me to be able to pursue new endeavors. I’m eager for the next step for Security Bank.”