Belman Joins Community Bank of the Chesapeake

by Marie Browning

Community Bank of the Chesapeake welcomes David Belman as Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer. In his new role, Belman will be responsible for growing commercial loans and developing business relationships within the market in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Belman has worked in the financial service industry for 23 years. Prior to Belman,David-Community-Bank-of-the-Chesapeake  joining Community Bank, he served StellarOne Bank in Fredericksburg as Vice President, Business Banking Relationship Manager. He is an accredited Asset Management Specialist through the Institute of Wealth Management. He attended Germanna Community College and completed the RMA Commercial Lending School program at East Carolina University. Belman has attended several workshops for Commercial Banking through the Virginia Bankers Association.

The Bank is looking forward to working with Belman. Greg Cockerham, Executive Vice President, Chief Lending Officer with Community Bank of the Chesapeake, commented, “David is an experienced lender with a proven track record of success, and I know that he will be an asset to us as we strive to exceed expectations in the Fredericksburg market.”

The new Vice President is active the supporting community organizations. He has served on the board of directors for the Rappahannock United Way and the Rappahannock Area YMCA and was Treasurer of the Stafford Ruritan Club.

About Community Bank of Chesapeake
Community Bank of the Chesapeake is a full-service commercial bank headquartered in Waldorf, Maryland. For over 65 years, the bank has served the communities from Southern Maryland to Fredericksburg, Virginia, making it the oldest independent community bank in the region. The bank has assets over $1 billion and operates 11 banking centers and three dedicated commercial lending centers. To learn more, go to www.cbtc.com.

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