Howard Bank's Lundeen Named Outstanding Director

Kenneth C. Lundeen, a member of the Howard Bank Board of Directors, has been named an Outstanding Director by the Baltimore Business Journal. Lundeen is one of nine "exceptional directors" from Greater Baltimore Companies and nonprofits who will receive awards March 7, at a ceremony at the Four Seasons Hotel in Baltimore.

The BBJ's new award recognizes "board directors who have demonstrated the necessary leadership and business savvy it takes to help navigate their business' success."

"In an environment where corporate governance expectations have grown, Ken serves as a model of what good directors do," said Howard Bank President and CEO Mary Ann Scully. "Howard Bancorp has been extremely fortunate to benefit from his talents, his time and his tremendous commitment over this past decade."

Lundeen, a Columbia resident, is President, Chief Executive Officer and co-owner of Environmental Reclamation Company, a diversified environmental services company. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Centerstage in Baltimore.

Howard Bancorp is a bank holding company with total assets of $402 million as of December 31, 2012. Its principal operating subsidiary, Howard Bank, located in Ellicott City, MD, is a growth-focused community bank serving businesses, professionals and individuals in the Greater Baltimore area through five full service branches and also a regional office in Annapolis, MD. Howard Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Howard Bancorp (NASDAQ: HBMD). For information, call 410-750-0020 or visit

Source: Howard Bancorp, Inc.