Executive Joins Freedom Bank of Virginia
FAIRFAX, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Freedom Bank of Virginia (Bank) (Bulletin Board: FDVA.OB) today announced the addition of C. Kevin Curtis as Executive Vice President Corporate Banking. Mr. Curtis will manage a team of Relationship Managers and focus on bringing in new clients to the Bank. Robert D. Willey, Jr. continues as Executive Vice President Corporate Banking and will focus more on credit quality and approval responsibilities going forward.
EVP Kevin Curtis joins Freedom Bank (Photo: Business Wire)
Mr. Curtis has an extensive banking background in Northern Virginia. He joined Freedom Bank from WashingtonFirst Bank where he served as the Virginia Market President and managed their Virginia lenders. Prior to that, Mr. Curtis was with Virginia Commerce Bank where he was responsible for new business development and all lending activities for the Bank's West Region.
According to CEO Craig S. Underhill, "We are excited to have a banker of Kevin's stature join our team. We think his reputation among area businesses and other bankers will allow him to make an immediate contribution to our Bank. Kevin will be a key member our management team going forward; and, we expect he will do great things at Freedom Bank."
Mr. Curtis joined the bank in mid-October and has his office at the Bank's Fairfax headquarters.
Freedom Bank of Virginia is a community-oriented, locally-owned bank with locations in Fairfax and Vienna, Virginia. For information about Freedom Bank's deposit and loan services, visit www.freedombankva.com.
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Freedom Bank of Virginia
Craig S. Underhill, Chief Executive Officer
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