MIDDLETOWN VALLEY BANK TO OPEN SECOND HAGERSTOWN BRANCH
MIDDLETOWN, MD.–(PR NEWSWIRE)– Middletown Valley Bank announced Saturday, December 1st, 2018 that they will open a full-service retail branch in Hagerstown, MD at 13418 Marsh Pike on the corner of Longmeadow Road and Marsh Pike. It is expected to open for business January 2019 and will be the banks second Hagerstown branch location.
“Our expansion into Hagerstown’s north end market allows us to provide the Absolutely Exceptional Experience to existing and future customers, and demonstrates our strong commitment to Washington County,” said Ryan Lampton, SVP and Director of Commercial and Retail Services.
In addition to the new branch, the bank also plans to open a new Operations Center on North Potomac Avenue in Hagerstown in early 2019 as previously announced.
“Our additional Hagerstown facilities greatly increase our operational infrastructure and allow us to provide additional conveniences across our footprint,” said BJ Goetz, President & CEO.
Middletown Valley Bank (MVB) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Community Heritage Financial, Inc. (OTCPink: CMHF). MVB provides full service commercial and retail banking services through six branch locations in Frederick and Washington County, Maryland. As of September 30, 2018, Middletown Valley Bank had total assets of approximately $428.8 million, total net loans of $340.2 million, total deposits of $375.4 million, and shareholders’ equity of $44.3 million. For more information, visit www.mvbbank.com.
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Brian M. Ropp
Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer
Middletown Valley Bank (301) 371-3029