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TMCNet:  Hampton Roads Bankshares appoints senior vice president of Shore Bank

[December 06, 2012]

Hampton Roads Bankshares appoints senior vice president of Shore Bank

Dec 06, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- Hampton Roads Bankshares, Inc. has appointed James Johnson as senior vice president and the senior credit officer of its subsidiary, Shore Bank.

Mr Johnson brings over 25 years of experience in commercial, commercial real estate and agricultural lending in the Delmarva region. He will be based in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware and will report to Denny Cobb, Chief Credit Officer of BHR. In addition to his responsibilities as Senior Credit Officer of Shore Bank, Mr Johnson will also be involved in credit oversight for BHR.
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Douglas Glenn, President and CEO of the Company and CEO of BHR, said: "With the opening of Shore Bank's Rehoboth Beach Loan Production Office in June and Jim's appointment as Senior Credit Officer for Shore Bank, we continue to underscore our commitment to the Delmarva region and to add talented, experienced lenders to our team. Jim is a Delaware native with over twenty-five years of experience who understands the banking needs of local families and businesses." Prior to joining the Company, Mr Johnson was Southern Delaware Relationship Manager for Wilmington Trust Company and for M&T Bank following its acquisition of Wilmington Trust Company. Previously, he served as vice president and Senior Lender for The Felton Bank and as vice president and Relationship Manager with PNC Bank and its predecessors, Mercantile Peninsula Bank and Mercantile Baltimore Trust Company.

Earlier in his career, Mr Johnson served as vice president and Senior Loan Officer with MidAtlantic Farm Credit and the Delaware Farm Credit Association and in a variety of positions with Sussex Trust Company.

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