FAIRFAX, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Freedom Bank of Virginia (OTCQX: FDVA), with four community bank offices in northern Virginia, today announced that its board of directors has elected Brandon Park as director.
Park, founder and CEO of Superlative Technologies, Inc. (SuprTEK) in Ashburn, grew his company from startup in 1996 to projected revenues of more than $40 million this year. SuprTEK provides IT engineering and services to government and industry customers. Park earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from Virginia Tech. He serves in multiple capacities for community and charitable organizations as a supporter, director, treasurer and coach.
“We’re delighted to add Brandon to our board,” said Executive Chairman Richard Litman. “He was recruited because of his business acumen, expertise in government contracting, and wealth of knowledge about finance, IT and cybersecurity.”
The bank board also recognized retired board members Dr. David Karlgaard and Norman Horn for their service and named both as Director Emeritus. “Both served on the board for over a decade and contributed immensely to the progress of the bank,” says Litman.
About Freedom Bank
Freedom Bank is a community-oriented bank with locations in Fairfax, Reston, Chantilly and Vienna, Virginia. Freedom Bank also has a mortgage division headquartered in Chantilly. For information about Freedom Bank’s deposit and loan services, visit the Bank’s website at www.freedombankva.com.
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