Middleburg Bank Named Outstanding Community Leader
Middleburg Bank was named “Outstanding Community Leader of the Year” by the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce.
Middleburg Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of Middleburg Financial Corporation (Nasdaq: MBRG) announced today that it has named “Outstanding Community Leader of the Year” in the large organization category by the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce. This award is presented to a Loudoun County organization, of more than 100 employees, for its outstanding contributions in 2012 to serve the needs of the citizens and institutions of Loudoun County. This award honors the contribution of both the organization and its employees to the Loudoun community.
Additionally, Jamie Pearson, an Assistant Retail Banking Manager with Middleburg Bank, was recognized as the “Young Professional Community Leader of the Year”, which recognizes one Loudoun county based Young Professional (35 years old or younger) for their exceptional leadership and outstanding contributions in 2012 to serve the needs of the citizens and institutions of Loudoun County.
“I am very proud of this award and, more importantly, the ways in which the Bank’s employees give back to our community, its citizens and its non-profit organizations. This award exemplifies what it means to be a community bank,” said Gary R. Shook, president and CEO of Middleburg Bank.