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Revere Bank, a Maryland-Based Community Bank, Expands its Howard County Commercial Banking Team

Revere Bank is pleased to announce the expansion of its Howard County commercial banking team with the addition of four senior vice presidents. Their expertise and breadth of knowledge of the Howard County market is extensive and will enhance Revere Bank’s ability to help local small businesses grow and become even more successful.

The new members of the Revere Bank team:

  •  Dave Gramil has joined Revere Bank as Senior Vice President and Howard County Team Leader. Dave was most recently Senior Vice President/Commercial Banking Manager for OBA Bank.
  • Bruce Hollander has joined Revere Bank as Senior Vice President and Relationship Manager. Bruce was most recently Vice President and Commercial Banker for OBA Bank.
  • Theresa Fodel has joined Revere Bank as Senior Vice President, Commercial Banking. Theresa was most recently Vice President and Commercial Banker for OBA Bank.
  • Ken Williams has joined Revere Bank as Senior Vice President and Relationship Manager. Ken was most recently Vice President and Commercial Banker for OBA Bank.

About Revere Bank

Revere Bank is a Maryland-based community bank with more than $625 million in assets and five offices in Columbia, Gaithersburg, Laurel, Rockville and Severna Park Gateway in Millersville. Revere Bank provides a full range of business and personal banking products and services to businesses and residents of Howard, Anne Arundel, Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties. For more information, see www.RevereBank.com.

 Revere Bank Media Contacts

Kenneth C. Cook, President & Vice Chairman                     Andrew F. Flott, Chief Executive Officer

240.264.5372                                                                                            240.264.5340

Kenneth.Cook@RevereBank.com                                                       Andrew.Flott@RevereBank.com

 Please note that Revere Bank is available to provide insight and comments on issues affecting the local banking industry as well as those affecting community and small business banks. Please connect with any of us – at any time – if we can be of assistance.

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