The Fauquier Bank Announces Old Town Branch

Apr 11, 2001, 01:00 ET from The Fauquier Bank

    WARRENTON, Va., April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- The Fauquier Bank, an
 independent, customer focused, community bank, expands into the heart of
 Prince William County with plans to open its newest office at the corner of
 Main and Center streets in the Duvall-Wheeler Company building, Old Town
 Manassas.  Grand opening is scheduled for the summer of 2001.
     "The exceptional growth of our Sudley Road Branch illustrates the need for
 an independent community bank presence in Prince William County," according to
 C. Hunton Tiffany, president and chief executive officer, "All indicators
 point to Old Town Manassas as The Fauquier Bank's next logical venue.  We are
 very excited to make our contribution to the economic vitalization of Manassas
 by providing another opportunity for consumers to enjoy the shopping
 convenience and charm of Old Town."
     The Old Town Manassas branch will be The Fauquier Bank's seventh full
 service office and will offer a full range of commercial and consumer banking
 services.  Edna Brannan, a commercial executive with 16 years lending
 experience in Prince William County, will open the office along with a
 regional market manager and a full service investment representative.
 
     The Fauquier Bank with assets of $250,000,000 is a wholly owned subsidiary
 of Fauquier Bankshares, Inc., and operates six full service branches and seven
 ATM locations in Warrenton, The Plains, New Baltimore, Catlett, and Manassas,
 Virginia.  The Fauquier Bank offers a full range of commercial banking and
 wealth management services.
 
 

SOURCE The Fauquier Bank
    WARRENTON, Va., April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- The Fauquier Bank, an
 independent, customer focused, community bank, expands into the heart of
 Prince William County with plans to open its newest office at the corner of
 Main and Center streets in the Duvall-Wheeler Company building, Old Town
 Manassas.  Grand opening is scheduled for the summer of 2001.
     "The exceptional growth of our Sudley Road Branch illustrates the need for
 an independent community bank presence in Prince William County," according to
 C. Hunton Tiffany, president and chief executive officer, "All indicators
 point to Old Town Manassas as The Fauquier Bank's next logical venue.  We are
 very excited to make our contribution to the economic vitalization of Manassas
 by providing another opportunity for consumers to enjoy the shopping
 convenience and charm of Old Town."
     The Old Town Manassas branch will be The Fauquier Bank's seventh full
 service office and will offer a full range of commercial and consumer banking
 services.  Edna Brannan, a commercial executive with 16 years lending
 experience in Prince William County, will open the office along with a
 regional market manager and a full service investment representative.
 
     The Fauquier Bank with assets of $250,000,000 is a wholly owned subsidiary
 of Fauquier Bankshares, Inc., and operates six full service branches and seven
 ATM locations in Warrenton, The Plains, New Baltimore, Catlett, and Manassas,
 Virginia.  The Fauquier Bank offers a full range of commercial banking and
 wealth management services.
 
 SOURCE  The Fauquier Bank