First United Bank & Trust’s Carissa L. Rodeheaver Elected ABA Treasurer

First United Bank & Trust’s Carissa L. Rodeheaver Elected ABA Treasurer

(Pictured, from left, are Rodeheaver, Asbury, Robb, Thurlow and ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols.)

Members of the American Banking Association attending the annual convention in Austin, Texas, elected new officers and directors to serve on the ABA board for 2022-2023. Carissa Rodeheaver, president and CEO of First United Bank and Trust, was elected as Treasurer for a two-year term. Ms. Rodeheaver has served on the ABA board of directors for three years and has served on various ABA banking committees over her tenure in banking.  She is thrilled to take on this leadership role. “I look forward to working with my fellow officers, directors, and bankers from across the country to continue advocating for the banking industry.  I am proud to be a banker and value this opportunity to give back to the industry.”

About the American Bankers Association

The American Bankers Association is the voice of the nation’s $23.7 trillion banking industry, which is composed of small, regional and large banks that together employ more than 2 million people, safeguard $19.6 trillion in deposits and extend $11.8 trillion in loans.

About First United Corporation

First United Corporation operates one full-service commercial bank, First United Bank & Trust.  The Bank has a network of community offices in Garrett, Allegany, Washington, and Frederick Counties in Maryland, as well as Mineral, Berkeley, Harrison, and Monongalia Counties in West Virginia.  As of 9/31/22, the Corporation posted assets of $1.8 billion.  First United’s website can be located at MyBank.com.

Notes:  Daniel Robb, president and CEO, Jonesburg State Bank in Jonesburg, Missouri, was elected chair. The other elected officers were: Chair-Elect Julieann Thurlow, president and CEO of Reading Cooperative Bank in Reading, Massachusetts; Vice Chair John Asbury, CEO of Atlantic Union Bancshares in Richmond, Virginia.

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