Old Second Adds Four to Support Commercial Lines

Tim J. Woodcock of St. Charles has been named Senior Vice President, Leasing Manager with Old Second National Bank, operating from the Aurora-Downtown location. He will be responsible for developing and growing the equipment leasing division for Old Second on a national basis.  This includes assembling a team of seasoned leasing sales experts and experienced back office personnel, while also marketing the bank’s full suite of financial/leasing products to customers, vendors, and manufacturers.

Woodcock has more than 25 years of commercial financing experience. Prior to joining Old Second, he served as Vice President/General Manager with First Equipment Finance Co. in Elk Grove Village and as Vice President of Sales for Webster Capital Finance in Farmington, Connecticut.

Woodcock earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in finance and management from Loras Collage in Dubuque, Iowa. In the community, he is committee member of the Stephen J. Woodcock Memorial Fun, volunteer boys and girls grade school basketball coach at Holy Cross Catholic School in Batavia, and volunteer fundraiser for Beverly Farm in Godfrey, Illinois.

Giuseppe L. Mastrolia of Carol Stream was recently named Assistant Vice President – Treasury Management Advisor with Old Second National Bank. He will be responsible for delivering treasury management solutions with an emphasis on mid-size businesses in Old Second’s markets.

Mastrolia has more than 15 years of commercial client experience. Prior to joining Old Second, he served as Treasury Senior Sales Associate and Premier Banker with BMO Harris. He has also served as a board member with Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce, Elmhurst Jaycees, and Spring Road Business Association.

Joe Gordon of Naperville has been named Assistant Vice President of Commercial Lending with Old Second National Bank, operating from the Aurora-Downtown location. His responsibilities include development of commercial portfolios and relationships in a variety of industries. He will also evaluate and anticipate clients’ and prospects’ banking needs to provide solutions.

Gordon has more than 10 years of financial experience. Prior to joining Old Second, he served as a Senior Planning Associate with JMG Financial Group. He also served as a Commercial Banking Representative for First Midwest Bank.

Gordon earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Bradley University and holds CFA and CFP designations. In the community, Gordon is a volunteer with Almost Home Kids, the Naperville Park District, and the Special Olympics. He is also a member of the Chicago Chapter of CFA Professionals.

Will Garcia of Geneva has been named Commercial Banking Representative at Old Second National Bank, operating from the Aurora-Downtown location. His responsibilities include developing new business, managing accounts, and delivering financing solutions for small-to-mid-size businesses in Old Second’s market.

Garcia has more than five years of credit analysis and commercial banking experience. He previously served at Old Second as a Senior Commercial Credit Analyst. Prior to that, he was Senior Commercial Credit Analyst and Commercial Portfolio Manager at Heartland Bank and Trust.

Garcia earned a bachelor of arts in mathematics with a minor in finance from the University of St. Francis in Joliet. He is currently pursuing a MBA from Northern Illinois University. In the community, Garcia is a fund raiser for Relay for Life with the American Cancer Society, a member of the Naperville Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network, and a former volunteer firefighter with the Serena, IL Community Fire Protection District.

Old Second Bancorp, Inc. is a diversified bank holding company headquartered in Aurora, IL. The Company operates through its subsidiary, Old Second National Bank, with 26 banking offices across seven counties in northern Illinois. Old Second Bancorp, Inc.’s common stock trades on The NASDAQ Stock Exchange under the symbol OSBC. More information about the Company is available by visiting the “Investor Relations” section of its website www.oldsecond.com.

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