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News Release – June 8, 2015
Kathleen Murphy | President and CEO | 443.837.1601 |
Cindy Gentilcore | Senior Vice President, COO | 443.837.1602 |


Schrider Elected 120th Chairman of Maryland Bankers Association

(June 8, 2015) – Daniel J. Schrider, President and CEO of Sandy Spring Bank, was  elected 2015-2016 Chairman of the Maryland Bankers Association (MBA) at its Annual Convention on June 2, 2015.  

The Maryland Bankers Association (MBA) is the only professional association representing the banking industry in Maryland.  Founded in 1896, MBA’s mission is to make Maryland banks stronger and more successful.  As the MBA’s 120th Chairman, Schrider will play a key role in representing the members’ interests to policy makers at the state and federal levels.  He will also lead the Association’s Board of Directors and Executive Committee and work directly with the MBA’s President and CEO on all matters relating to the banking industry.

For his 12-month term of office, Schrider will lead the MBA in its first year of a three year strategic plan designed towards “Promoting the strength and success of Maryland banks and bankers.”  He will address this theme through three strategic priorities which encompass making a greater impact through broader banker engagement; achieving advocacy success at the State and federal levels; and offering relevant and timely education and services that equip members for success in a rapidly changing world. 
According to the Association’s President and CEO Kathleen Murphy, “Dan Schrider’s extensive experience in the banking industry will serve the industry well in the year ahead.  His involvement in a variety of capacities with the Maryland Bankers Association and the American Bankers Association has given him first-hand perspective on how significant progress can be achieved through collaboration.  He is well-respective by his peers for his achievements as well as for Sandy Spring Bank’s contributions to consumers, businesses and communities in Maryland and the region.” 

Dan Schrider is President and Chief Executive Officer of Sandy Spring Bank, a $4.4 billion bank headquartered in Olney, Maryland.  Sandy Spring Bank was founded in 1868, and is considered among the oldest banking institutions in the region. Sandy Spring Bank offers a broad range of commercial and retail banking, wealth management, private banking and trust services through 44 community offices and six Financial Centers across Maryland and Northern Virginia. Through its subsidiaries, Sandy Spring also offers a comprehensive menu of insurance and investment management services.

Schrider was named as named President of Sandy Spring Bank in March 2008 when it was announced that he had been selected to succeed Hunter R. Hollar.  In January of 2009, Schrider was also named the Chief Executive Officer, and joined the Sandy Spring Bancorp, Inc. board of directors. Schrider has been part of Sandy Spring Bank for 20 years having joined the company in 1989 as a commercial lender. He advanced his career to the executive level and became Sandy Spring's Chief Credit Officer in 2003. Dan holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland and an MBA from Mt. St. Mary's College. He is also a graduate of the American Bankers Association Stonier Graduate School of Banking.

The Maryland Bankers Association also welcomed to its Board of Directors:  James M. Anthony, Chief Operating Officer, Severn Savings Bank; Sam DiPaola, President, Maryland Region, SunTrust Bank; William J. Pasenelli, President and CEO, Community Bank of the Chesapeake; Thomas S. Wintz, President and CEO, Rosedale Federal Savings Loan & Association.  Elected to the board’s Executive Committee as Vice Chairman is Michael G. Livingston, President and CEO, The Bank of Glen Burnie; and former Vice Chairman George D. Swygert, Jr., Regional Executive, Capital One, N.A., is serving as the Chairman-Elect of the Association. 

Below is a complete listing of the 2015-2016 officers and directors of the Maryland Bankers Association:

Daniel J. Schrider
, President and CEO, Sandy Spring Bank

George D. Swygert, Jr
., Regional Executive, Capital One, N.A.

Vice Chairman
Michael G. Livingston
, President and CEO, The Bank of Glen Burnie

Immediate Past-Chairman
John A. Scaldara
, Jr., Chairman and CEO, The Columbia Bank

Board of Directors
James M. Anthony
, Chief Operating Officer, Severn Savings Bank
Judy Balloff, Director, Enterprise Client Coverage, Bank of America
Calvin E. Barker, Jr., Regional President-Baltimore Metro Region, BB&T
George J. Behr, Jr., Director, Arundel Federal Savings Bank
Andrew M. Bertamini, Regional President, Maryland Market, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
James R. Bosley, Jr., President and CEO, Farmers & Merchants Bank
Sam DiPaola, President, Maryland Region, SunTrust Bank, Inc.
Kenneth C. Cook, President and Vice Chairman of the Board, Revere Bank
Ralph W. Emerson, Jr., Senior Vice President, M&T Bank
Raymond W. Hamm, Jr., Executive Vice President, Market Executive  for Greater Maryland, PNC Bank, N.A.
Michael E. Hough, CEO of Maryland Division, Susquehanna Bank
Kim Liddell, Chairman, President and CEO, 1880 Bank
Michael G. Livingston, President and CEO, The Bank of Glen Burnie
William J. Pasenelli, President and CEO, Community Bank of the Chesapeake
Carissa L. Rodeheaver, President and CFO, First United Bank & Trust
Raymond M. Thompson, President and CEO, Calvin B. Taylor Banking Company
Thomas S. Wintz, President and CEO, Rosedale Federal Savings Loan & Association

Maryland banks hold $120 billion in deposits and employ 47,600 banking professionals.  Ninety-  nine percent of the banks in Maryland are well capitalized, the highest regulatory designation.  MBA’s member banks hold 99 percent of the FDIC insured deposits in Maryland in nearly 1,800 branch offices.  MBA serves member banks as a legislative and regulatory advocate at all levels of government, as the public relations voice for the industry, as a provider of professional education to members and as a promoter of financial education to the community. 



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