Dave Meadows Joins Oak View team as Vice President and Mortgage Loan Officer
Warrenton, Va. (July 01, 2013) – Oak View National Bank is pleased to announce its recent hire of Dave Meadows, who will be joining Oak View as Vice President and Mortgage Loan Officer. Within this role, Meadows will offer residential mortgage loans at all three branch locations, with his home office located at the Warrenton office.
With over 40 years of experience, Meadows was most recently a residential mortgage loan officer covering Culpeper and Warrenton for SunTrust Mortgage. He started his career with the Marshall National Bank & Trust Company in Marshall, and has been the head of the mortgage department in both the Peoples National Bank of Warrenton and Second Bank & Trust of Culpeper. Meadows is a graduate of Campbell College in Buies Creek, N.C. and the Virginia Bankers School of Bank Management at the University of Virginia
“Mr. Meadows has been a leader in mortgage lending in both Fauquier and Culpeper Counties,” said Michael Ewing, President and CEO at Oak View. “He is well-known and highly regarded throughout the community in all aspects of mortgage lending and settlement and we are thrilled to have him join our team Through his broad ties and trusted reputation within the region, Mr. Meadows is expected to add a strong component to Oak View’s expanding Loan Department and its footprint in Fauquier County, as well as its new presence in Culpeper County.”
About Oak View National Bank: Oak View National Bank has branch locations in Warrenton, Marshall, and Culpeper, Va. Established in June 2009 as a community bank, Oak View’s founders were driven by a philosophy rooted in years of leadership, both in and out of the financial arena. With strong ties to the community, Oak View believes in listening to the needs of its customers, understanding the community’s financial needs, and responding fully by supporting individuals, small businesses, and local nonprofit organizations. For more information, please visit OakViewBank.com.
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