TIMBERVILLE, VA., July 16, 2021 — F&M Bank Corp. (OTCQX:FMBM), holding company for F&M Bank, announced today the opening of a new commercial office in downtown Winchester. The office is located on the third floor of the historic Odd Fellows building at 45 E. Boscawen Street. Earlier in 2021, F&M Bank welcomed a local commercial team with 141 years of combined experience to spearhead the Company’s move into the northern Shenandoah Valley market. Led by Chief Strategy Officer & Northern Market Executive, Mike Wilkerson, the team consists of commercial relationship managers John Sargent and Jon Reimer; business relationship specialists Ronda Gross and Gail Pryde; and senior credit analyst Bill Steele.
“We are thrilled to grow into the vibrant City of Winchester and surrounding Frederick County,” said Mike Wilkerson. The “’Top of Virginia’ is a thriving, local economy and is contiguous to F&M’s existing Shenandoah Valley footprint. We look forward to contributing to the continued success of the region and supporting the needs of the agricultural industry, commercial and small businesses, and nonprofit organizations.
Mr. Wilkerson is available for further comment. Please contact Holly Thorne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About F&M Bank
F&M Bank Corp. (OTCQX: FMBM) proudly remains the only publicly traded organization based in Rockingham County, VA, and since 1908, has served the Shenandoah Valley through its banking subsidiary F&M Bank, with full-service branches and a wide variety of financial services, including home loans through F&M Mortgage, and real estate settlement services and title insurance through VSTitle. Both individuals and businesses find the organization’s local decision-making, and up-to-date technology provide the kind of responsive, knowledgeable, and reliable service that only a progressive community bank can. F&M Bank has grown to $1 billion in assets with more than 175 full and part-time employees. Its conservative approach to finances and sound investments, along with excellent customer service, has made F&M Bank profitable and continues to pave the way for a bright future.