Commercial Banker Robert Musseman Joins Freedom Bank

Commercial Banker Robert Musseman Joins Freedom Bank

FAIRFAX, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Freedom Bank of Virginia (Bank) (Bulletin Board:FDVA.OB) announced the addition of E. Robert Musseman, Jr. as Vice President, Corporate Banking Division. Mr. Musseman will be based in the Fairfax office and assist in providing quality service to our existing clientele while fostering new relationships throughout the region. "We are excited about having Rob join us," stated President & CEO Craig S. Underhill. "Rob has been involved in the northern Virginia business community for many years and brings us a large network of prospective clients and referral sources." Mr. Musseman joins Freedom Bank from PNC Bank, where he was Vice President, Relationship Manager.

VP Rob Musseman, Jr. joins Freedom Bank (Photo: Business Wire)

VP Rob Musseman, Jr. joins Freedom Bank (Photo: Business Wire)


About Freedom Bank

Freedom Bank is a local community providing a full range of financial services, including credit and deposit products, cash management, and internet banking services for consumers and businesses. The Bank operates from its headquarters office at 10555 Main Street, Fairfax, Virginia 22030. For more information visit www.freedombankva.com



Freedom Bank of Virginia
Craig S. Underhill, President & CEO
703-242-5300

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