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Bank of Lancaster Announces Promotions

KILMARNOCK, Va., Jan. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Bank of Lancaster (the "Bank"), an affiliate of Bay Banks of Virginia, Inc. (OTCQB: BAYK), announces promotions.

Randal R. Greene, President and CEO of Bank of Lancaster and Bay Banks of Virginia, reports that the Bank's Board of Directors promoted both Pamela J. Fawver and Robert H. Fleet, III to the office of Senior Vice President.

Fawver, a life-time resident of the Northern Neck, joined Bank of Lancaster in February of 1998 as the Manager of the Bank's new Montross branch, bringing with her 20 years of banking experience.  In 1999 Fawver was promoted to Branch Officer and in 2001, she was promoted to Assistant Vice President.   In December 2005, Fawver was promoted to Vice President and in December 2010 was promoted to Regional Sales Manager. In May 2013, Fawver was elected by the Board to the position of Retail Delivery Administrator with overall responsibility for Retail Delivery for Bank of Lancaster.   

A graduate of Rappahannock High School, Fawver attended James Madison University and continued her education through Rappahannock Community College.  She is a graduate of the Virginia Bankers' School of Bank Management held at the University of Virginia and the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University.    

Fawver also has a strong commitment to her community.  She is a member of the Town of Montross Revitalization Committee, Board member of Riverside-Tappahannock Hospital, conducts classes on Careers in Banking for the Virginia Employment Commission in Warsaw, and is a member of the Warsaw Rotary Club. Fawver has also been active in "Sponsors for Success" at Cople Elementary and "Get Smart About Credit" at Washington & Lee High School and Colonial Beach High School. Fawver is past officer of the Northern Neck-Southside Area Bankers Association and has served on the Boards of the Westmoreland Chamber of Commerce and the Richmond and Westmoreland Counties Habitat for Humanity.  She is a past member of the Richmond County Special Education Advisory Board and has served as Secretary for the George Washington Birthplace National Memorial Association. 

Fawver is a member of the Rappahannock Baptist Church, where she is a Trustee and teaches Sunday School.  She and her husband Bruce reside in Richmond County and have two grown children, Kyle and Erin. 

Fleet joined Bank of Lancaster in April of 2012 as Vice President, Residential Lending Administrator. He has over 16 years of mortgage lending and management experience.  For numerous years, Fleet has been one of the area's top residential lenders.

Fleet is responsible for all of the Bank's residential lending functions and has oversight of ten lenders and operational support staff.

A native of the Northern Neck, Fleet received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Christopher Newport College and his Masters from Old Dominion University.              

Active in community endeavors, Fleet is a member of the Northern Neck Board of Realtors and the Mid-Rivers Board of Realtors. He is a member of Irvington Baptist Church, where he serves on several committees and is a Deacon.

Fleet and his wife Dawn reside in Irvington and have one son, Hill, who attends The University of Richmond.

In making this announcement, Greene stated, "Pam and Robert not only provide excellent leadership but they are what community banking is all about.  Pam and Robert fully embrace our company's desire to create long-standing relationships with our customers through products and services that are of value to each individual customer.  We are extremely pleased to have both of them on our senior management team."

SOURCE Bay Banks of Virginia, Inc.

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