Howard Bank Promotes David Fitzell to Director of Mortgage, Senior Vice President
Howard Bank, a growth-focused community bank serving businesses, professionals and individuals in the Greater Baltimore area, announced today that David Fitzell was promoted to Director of Mortgage, Senior Vice President.
In his new leadership role, Fitzell will be responsible for managing national and local mortgage branches, including local branches in White Marsh, Parkville, Annapolis, Bethesda, Timonium, and Ellicott City
“David is one of the key reasons that we continue to remain committed to the residential mortgage sector and continue to expand our mortgage operations in more communities, through the hiring of experienced mortgage professionals,” said Mary Ann Scully, Chairman and CEO of Howard Bank. David has deep experience in various business cycles, solid connections in the communities we serve and with other real estate professionals, and attracts and retains talent by equipping his teams with sound guidance. Under his leadership, our clients can purchase their dream home or refinance their loans with ease and confidence.”
Fitzell is a strategic leader in the banking industry with more than 18 years of experience. In 2013, he started at Howard Bank to manage the growing retail purchase money mortgage department. With careful planning, he built a robust team that offers a significant number of mortgage products and services nationally.
“I’m looking forward to this new chapter in my career with Howard Bank,” said David Fitzell, Howard Bank’s new Director of Mortgage, Senior Vice President. “I’m proud to be a part of our supportive environment, knowing we evolve based on the best interest of our clients. Seeing how big our local team has become, and our steady client base, assures me that we can add new levels and layers to our mortgage practice.”
Dedicated to his community, Fitzell has served with the Baltimore County Volunteer Fire Department for almost 20 years, including 10 years as chair of their Finance Committee. He is a dedicated patron of the Washington D.C-based Cato Institute, an economic think-tank where he pursues his interest in macroeconomics. He also serves on the Advisory Board of the Salvation Army of Central Maryland.