Meet A Banker
Get acquainted with one of the people at Middleburg Bank
Following is a excerpt from a conversation with Joe Litterio, Assistant Vice President – Cash Management & Business Banking at Middleburg Bank’s Purcellville office, located at 431 East Main Street.
How long have you been with Middleburg Bank? I’ve been with Middleburg Bank for almost 10 years and have been in banking for 25 years.
Why do you like working at Middleburg Bank?
Middleburg Bank prides itself on employee retention. Other banks I’ve worked for had a revolving door in terms of clients and employees. The optimal client experience we deliver at Middleburg Bank is based upon building relationships that are fortified by the stability of the employees across the company. Year after year our clients see the same faces and that is very comforting for them.
Middleburg Bank also has been very supportive of its employees and it provides many different educational opportunities that ensure we keep up with the ever-changing banking environment, which enables us to sharpen our skills, remain credible and deliver the very best solutions for our clients.
Why should someone who doesn’t bank at Middleburg Bank do business with us?
In addition to our high level of personal service, we have bridged the gap in terms of technology and can offer business and personal banking solutions comparable or superior to that of the big banks. But one of the main reasons that everyone should bank with us is that we are completely community focused. Everything we do is about the communities we serve.
When you aren’t at work, how do you spend your time?
I enjoy spending time with my 5 children on our 22 acre farm. We also enjoy exploring the Shenandoah Valley and like to go hiking, backpacking, fishing and swimming in the river and going to the beach. Additionally, I have enjoyed coaching soccer and currently serve as the assistant scout master to Troop 4 in Front Royal.
What’s one thing that most people would be surprised to learn about you?
Most folks I meet out on the streets are surprised that my major in college was Russian Studies.