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(left to right): Doug Flemer, Chair of Bank of Lancaster’s Westmoreland County Reinvestment Advisory Board; new members Carey Geddes and Tom Collins; and Pam Fawver, Vice President and Branch Manager of Bank of Lancaster’s Montross Office.
Bank of Lancaster welcomes its new Westmoreland County Advisory Board members, Tom Collins and Carey Geddes, each of whom will serve a three-year term. Bank President and CEO Austin L. Roberts, III states “Our Bank values the individuals who serve on all of our Community Reinvestment Advisory Boards; these are important community outreach programs which are of great value to our Company. Each Board member brings a unique perspective of community and business experience; and we seek and appreciate their input as our Bank continues to strive each day to meet the financial needs of the communities we are privileged to serve.”
Collins is General Manager of Northern Neck Chevrolet-Pontiac in Montross. Collins has been a resident in Westmoreland County for the past twelve years.
Geddes is Owner of Beach Service Center in Colonial Beach. His business provides automotive repair services. Geddes has been a resident of Westmoreland County for the past 12 years. He is also President of the Colonial Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Collins and Geddes join members Bruce Beahm; Arthur Buswell; Russ Culver; Bryan Oliff; and Les Sisson, all of whom are also serving three-year terms.
On behalf of Bank of Lancaster, Roberts also extended a warm thank you to Anne Garner and John Hopkins, who recently completed their term on the Westmoreland County Advisory Board. "We have been most fortunate," Roberts stated, "to have community leaders such as Anne and John to serve on our advisory board. As community bankers, we have a commitment to provide products and services that our customers find of value; and our all of our advisory board members provide important counsel to us in these areas. We are very appreciative of these members who give of their time and their input to help us better serve the residents of Westmoreland County."