Adirondack Trust Company Announces Hire of Leslie D’Angelico

Saratoga Springs, New York—The Adirondack Trust Company announced today that it has hired Leslie D’Angelico as Senior Vice President, Director of Retail Banking.

Ms. D’Angelico joined the Adirondack Trust Company in December of 2018, and is responsible for the administration, growth and efficient operation of the bank’s retail network.

“Banking continues to evolve at a rapid pace,” said Adirondack Trust President and CEO Stephan R. von Schenk. “Now more than ever we need industry innovators to help lead the way toward a banking system that is constantly evolving and adapting to changing customer needs.”

“Leslie is someone who has a proven record of going above and beyond for her community, and we’re looking forward to seeing the positive imprint she will bring to our retail banking operations,” he said.

Prior to joining Adirondack Trust, Ms. D’Angelico’s 25-year career encompassed business development, small business production, investment consulting, retail leadership and profitability, and community involvement.

Active in her community, Ms. D’Angelico serves as an executive board member and finance chair for the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce. Additionally, she serves on the Tri-County United Way Board and Queensbury Community Scholarship Association.

She resides in the Queensbury area along with her husband and daughters.

The Adirondack Trust Company is an independent, locally owned and operated, community bank offering a wide variety of business and personal financial services. The bank has more than $1 billion in assets and 13 branch offices. The bank offers banking, trust, insurance, and investment management services, and originates real estate mortgages, both residential and commercial, and commercial business loans throughout its primary market area. The bank is a Bauer 5-Star Rated Superior bank. The bank’s website is

Photographed: Leslie D’Angelico


Adirondack Trust Company
473 Broadway
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
(518) 584-5844

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