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Executive Management is led by John Miller, who serves as Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Miller is a Las Vegas native and investment professional, entrepreneur and consultant to the community banking industry who, since 2000, has provided investment advisory and consulting services in the banking and insurance industries. Mr. Miller served the PWH Trust for 11 years, where he created and introduced multiple technological and analytical tools that greatly expanded the community bank, insurance and other industry portfolios under management, growing the trust’s assets to over $500 Million. Mr. Miller was a founding investor and board member of two de novo banks, Professional Bank and Pioneer Bank, both in Texas, and worked to launch and grow those two banks. Mr. Miller served as a board member in Mojave Desert Bank from 2009 to 2013, a distressed bank in Mojave, California. In 2012, Mr. Miller joined and still currently serves on the board of Mission Valley Bancorp in Sun Valley, CA, a $350 million asset bank. From 2014 to 2016, he served as a board member for Proficio Bank (Salt Lake, UT). Proficio was a troubled institution when he joined; management ultimately left the bank and Mr. Miller was asked to wind down the Mortgage Subsidiary. Mr. Miller attended The University of Notre Dame, graduating in three years with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and Philosophy. He is the co-founder of a winery in Sonoma County's Dry Creek Valley.
Leo Moschioni will serve as Chief Credit Officer. Mr. Moschioni has been in the Las Vegas valley for almost 50 years and a graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (1993) with a Bachelor of Science degree in
Finance. His banking career and experience is very diverse and extensive, having worked in and managed various departments throughout 32 years in banking, with a focus in Commercial Lending and Credit
Administration. Mr. Moschioni has been fortunate to work with several successful companies such as Plaza Bank (now Pacific Premier Bank), Bank of Nevada and Nevada First Bank (now Bank of NV). He currently serves on the Advisory Council for Communities In Schools of Nevada.
Tom joined Lexicon Bank as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in August 2019. From 2006 until 2019, Mr. Michelena served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Western States Bank, headquartered in Laramie, WY. His banking career began in 2002 at First Interstate Bank in Billings, Montana. While at First Interstate Bank, he participated in every aspect of the bank ranging from operations, a management training program with extensive involvement in both consumer and commercial lending, and data processing. Most recently, he helped coordinate the merger with Wyoming State Bank and Valley Bank and Trust, totaling an asset size of $500 million. Mr. Michelena obtained his bachelor’s degree in Business at Montana State University. He received his Executive MBA from the University of Wyoming. Although new to the Las Vegas Valley, Mr. Michelena looks forward to continuing his active participation in a wide variety of community service events with both personal and professional interest. In his free time, you can find him riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle.
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