Burke & Herbert Bank Welcomes New Board Member
Michael D. Lubeley Joins Bank's Board of Directors
Alexandria, VA – Burke & Herbert Bank is pleased to announce that Michael D. Lubeley has joined the Bank’s Board of Directors. Mr. Lubeley is the Managing Shareholder of the Prince William law office of Walsh Colucci Lubeley Emrich & Walsh, PC. He is one of Northern Virginia’s most well-known and respected land use attorneys and is an expert in zoning, land use, commercial real estate, and business law.
“I am delighted to welcome Mr. Lubeley as a member of the Bank’s Board of Directors” said E. Hunt Burke, the Bank’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “Mike is an accomplished lawyer and successful businessman with a demonstrated track record of commitment to Northern Virginia. I believe Mike’s extensive experience and deep market knowledge make him a great addition to our team,” he added.
“I am excited about this opportunity to work with Mr. Burke and the other members of the Burke & Herbert Bank Board of Directors,” said Mr. Lubeley. “The Bank has a long, remarkable history of serving generations of individuals and businesses in Northern Virginia, and in recent years has undertaken the important work required to strengthen the Bank’s brand and position itself for continued success. I am looking forward to contributing to the success of this storied institution as a Director.”
With the addition of Mr. Lubeley, the Bank’s Board of Directors is comprised of 14 individuals having a broad range of experience in local businesses. Hunt Burke, who serves as Chairman of the Board, represents the fifth generation of the Burke family to lead the Bank.
Burke & Herbert Bank was established in 1852 and is the oldest bank in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the oldest continuously operating bank in the Washington, D.C. area. The Bank offers a full range of personal and business banking products along with investment accounts and trust services. Burke & Herbert Bank is headquartered in Alexandria and operates 25 branches in Northern Virginia.
Trust products and services are not deposits, are not insured by the FDIC or any other government agency, are not guaranteed by the Bank and may lose value.