May 13, 2019
For Immediate Release
May 13, 2019
Contact: Philip Logan
Chesapeake Bank of Maryland
Tel: (410) 665-7600 ext. 3007
Chesapeake Bank of Maryland names Thomas F. (Tucker) McNulty as vice president, commercial lending
PARKVILLE, Maryland – Chesapeake Bank of Maryland appointed Tucker F. McNulty, a veteran banking and finance executive, as vice president/commercial loan officer at the community bank.
“We’re all incredibly excited to welcome Tucker to the Chesapeake family,” said Joe Solomon, president and managing officer of Chesapeake Bank of Maryland. “His nearly 25 years of lending and economic development experience makes Tucker the perfect person to execute Chesapeake Bank of Maryland’s customer-centric approach to our strategic priorities. As the Bank continues to grow, we look forward to the opportunities it provides us in serving our community and our customers.”
“Expanding the Bank’s leadership team with top-talent in the industry demonstrates our commitment to serving the growing needs of the region,” said Bill Bocek, chairman and CEO of Chesapeake Bank of Maryland.
McNulty holds 25 years of lending and economic development experience, most recently as vice president of commercial lending at CFG Community Bank located in Baltimore. Previously, he worked for 10 years at the Harford County Office of Economic Development in Bel Air as senior business development associate and finance manager. He is an active member of the Bel Air Economic and Community Development Commission as well as a member of the Maryland Economic Development Association.
“It’s an honor to join the tremendous management team that Chesapeake Bank of Maryland’s executive management has assembled,” said McNulty. “I look forward to serving our customers’ needs, enhancing the Bank’s offerings for continued smart growth and maintaining a strong commitment to our communities.”
About Chesapeake Bank of Maryland
Chesapeake Bank of Maryland is a federally chartered and FDIC-insured bank based in Parkville, Maryland, reporting assets of $217 million. Founded in 1913 and serving the Baltimore Metropolitan area and surrounding counties, Chesapeake continues the tradition of providing a safe and sound place for members of the community to deposit their money, reinvesting those funds in the community in the form of residential home and commercial loans. Chesapeake maintains branches in Arbutus, Bel Air, Parkville and Pasadena.