Community Bank of the Chesapeake Names New VP

By Joyce Dimaculangan

The Community Bank of the Chesapeake announced the promotion of Lacey Cochran to Vice President, Senior Lender for Calvert County. According to a statement from the Company, in her new role, Ms. Cochran will be responsible for leading the Calvert County lending team and continuing to grow the Bank’s commercial portfolio in the region.

Ms. Cochran has been with Community Bank for over six years and she has been a vital Lacey-Cochran-Community-Bank-of-the-Chesapeakepart of the lending team and successful in commercial loan production. Through networking, she has assisted in the development of the Calvert County market. “Lacey has proven her leadership skills and extensive knowledge of the financial industry time and time again. I am confident that in her capable hands, the Calvert County market will continue to flourish,” said Greg Cockerham, Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer of Community Bank of the Chesapeake.

Ms. Cochran graduated from Maryland Banking School and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Towson University. She also attended Regulation B training conducted by Thomas Compliance Associates. Ms. Cochran is an active member of the Calvert County Chamber of Commerce.

About Community Bank of the 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, visit www.cbtc.com.

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