Mr. Jones is retired. He has served as Chairman of the Board of Directors since 2018. Prior to his retirement in 2012, from 2007 until 2012, Mr. Jones was general manager of Thruway Fasteners, Liverpool, New York, and from 1975 until 2007 served in positions of increasing importance at ITT - Goulds Pumps, Auburn Operations (New York). Mr. Jones also served as Mayor for the Village of Seneca Falls, New York from 1996 to 2000.
Mr. Jones’ contacts in the local business and government communities and management experience make him a valuable resource for the board of directors.
Dr. Acevedo serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Finger Lakes Health in Geneva and Finger Lakes Health College of Nursing & Health Sciences, positions he has held since 2010. Dr. Acevedo joined Finger Lakes Health in 2004 as VP of Medical Affairs and Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Acevedo is active in civic and community affairs through his participation in Geneva 2030 and board membership for the Healthcare Association of New York State. Additionally, he has served on the Independent Judicial Election Qualification Commission, as well as on the boards of Keuka College, the Boys & Girls Club and the Geneva Community Center Advisory Council.
Dr. Acevedo’s contacts in the local business and healthcare community and management experience make him a valuable resource for the board of directors.
Ms. Krezmer is our President and Chief Executive Officer. Ms. Krezmer began her employment with Generations Bank in 2021 as Chief Financial Officer, a role she continues to hold. Ms. Krezmer has over 15 years of experience in banking, previously serving as the Chief Financial Officer of Prosper Bank, now known as, Presence Bank in Coatesville, PA. Prior to that role, Ms. Krezmer served for more than a decade at Fairport Savings Bank in Fairport, NY where she held various positions including Chief Financial Officer.
Ms. Krezmer's expertise in the banking and finance industry provides the board with valuable insights into contemporary business practices and the regulatory requirements of today’s banking industry.
Ms. Aikman is self-employed as a consulting business development specialist. She has served as a legislator for Cayuga County, New York from 2009 to 2013 and as an instructor at Onondaga Community College. Ms. Aikman serves as a board member for the Cayuga Economic Development Agency (CEDA), serving on its strategic planning & business development committees. Ms. Aikman is also the founder and trustee of the Cayuga Women’s Business Trust Fund.
Ms. Aikman’s contacts in local business and government communities as well as her legislative experience make her a valuable resource for the board of directors.
Mr. Gardner is the Vice President/Commercial Operations for The Barden & Robeson Corporation in Middleport, New York, where he has been employed since 1992. Mr. Gardner was appointed to the Board in 2018 in connection with our merger with Medina Savings and Loan Association. He currently is involved with the Medina Lions Club and is a board member with his local Knights of Columbus and he frequently represents Barden Building Systems at the Buffalo Niagara Builders Association events.
Mr. Gardner’s connections to the local business community in Orleans County makes him a valuable resource for the board of directors.
Mr. Macaluso is retired. Prior to his retirement in 2012, Mr. Macaluso was Principal at DeSales High School in Geneva, New York and, from 1998 until 2008, was Superintendent for Seneca Falls Central School District, New York. Mr. Macaluso is active in civic and cultural matters in the community. He serves on the board of Literacy Volunteers of Seneca County, is a member of the Seneca Falls Rotary Club, serves as an Ombudsman for LifeSpan/Rochester and is a driver for Meals on Wheels of Seneca County. Additionally, Mr. Macaluso volunteers on the finance committee for St. Francis/St. Claire Catholic Parish and is Vice President and serves on the board of directors for Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes.
Mr. Macaluso’s contacts in the local business community and management experience make him a valuable resource for the board of directors.
Dr. Nicchi is retired. Prior to his retirement in August 2017, Dr. Nicchi was President of the New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, New York, a position he held from 2000 until his retirement. Dr. Nicchi also served on the board of the Association of Chiropractic Colleges (ACC), a consortium of 19 chiropractic colleges located in the United States, Canada and New Zealand during his term as president of the College.
Dr. Nicchi’s contacts in the local business community and management experience make him a valuable resource for the board of directors.
Ms. Pender serves as the director of finance for the Sisters of St. Joseph of Rochester, where she has been employed since 1991. Prior to her service at Sisters of St. Joseph, Pender was the controller for American Credit Services, Inc. (ACSI), a subsidiary of Rochester Community Savings Bank and before that, a Senior Manager at KPMG. Pender has over 40 years of experience in accounting and finance, and is a former certified public accountant. Additionally, Pender served on the board of directors for Fairport Savings Bank for 14 years.
Ms. Pender’s extensive experience and background with accounting, strategic planning, and reporting along with prior bank board experience make her a valuable resource for the board of directors.
Mr. Sinicropi is a certified public accountant currently operating his own CPA practice in Seneca Falls, New York. He is a former partner in the CPA firm of EFP Rotenberg LLP, based in Rochester, New York. Prior to that he was a partner in the CPA firm of Sinicropi & Healy, LLP and its predecessors for over 20 years before the merger of the firm with EFP Rotenberg LLP in 2011. He is a member of the AICPA and the New York State Society of CPAs.
Mr. Sinicropi’s experience as an accountant and his contacts in the local business community make him a valuable resource to the board of directors.