Aaron Fenwick Joins Community Bank of the Chesapeake - Southern Maryland Headline News

Aaron Fenwick Joins Community Bank of the Chesapeake

WALDORF, Md. (May 5, 2016)—Community Bank of the Chesapeake welcomed Aaron Fenwick as Vice President, Commercial and Industrial Loan Officer for the Charles County market. In this role, he will focus on generating small business lending while building total banking relationships with the business community.

"We are thrilled to have Aaron as part of our team," said Greg Cockerham, Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer of Community Bank of the Chesapeake. "I have full confidence that Aaron's extensive background and project management skills will help him improve our outreach so that we can continue to exceed the needs of our clients in the small business sector."

Fenwick has over 13 years of experience in client management, commercial credit training and the banking industry. He most recently was Vice President, Business Banker for Capital One Bank. Fenwick has a strong knowledge base and experience in credit training, team leadership, underwriting concepts, relationship management and more.

"It is exciting to begin a new endeavor at Community Bank of the Chesapeake," said Aaron Fenwick, Vice President, Commercial and Industrial Loan Officer. "At the Bank, I work with clients and prospects to facilitate a relationship where, with a combination of expertise and banking solutions, I am able to help them achieve their business goals. I look forward to expanding to Prince George's County this year."

Fenwick is an active member in his community. He currently serves as a board member for the La Plata Blue Knights, as well as, volunteers his time to coach youth football. Fenwick is also the Founder and Executive Director of Sparrow Development Center, a non-profit organization focused on early childhood education, which includes a three-prong approach to academics, leadership and athletics.

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