Understanding your business and how you define financial success is Old Dominion’s specialty. We spend the time needed to develop relationships with our clients so we can provide the right banking products and services to meet your needs. From cash management solutions to online payroll, we can tailor a package of services to help keep your business plan on track.
At Old Dominion, we’re interested in seeing our community members make smart financial decisions. We’re committed to helping you reach your personal financial goals and are here for you to answer your questions. Contact us to talk about your personal banking needs.
Mark S. Merrill joined Old Dominion National Bank as Executive Vice President in December 2015, bringing 16 years of banking and financial services experience in the Virginia, Pennsylvania and Maryland markets. In June, 2016, Mark succeeded the retiring Bill Klich as president and chief executive officer of the bank.
Mark is a thoughtful leader and motivated team player with professional experience that includes being a seasoned executive leader in community banking at a high-performing and the fastest-growing startup bank (Tower Bancorp, Inc. and Graystone Bank) in Pennsylvania history, an executive leader at two of the largest community banks headquartered in the D.C. Metro Area, a founder of a technology and social good startup, and a CPA and Financial Services advisor at the largest professional services firm in the world. Mark has worked nine years side-by-side with the President and CEO, and Board of Directors of three multi-billion dollar community banks from 2006 to 2014.
His areas of focus include: leadership development, strategic alignment, workplace culture, recruitment, building and retaining high-performing teams, servant leadership model, capital markets (private placement common equity and debt offerings, initial public offerings (I.P.O.) and related NASDAQ listing, and publicly issued common equity), core business expansion with profitable growth (regional alignment, opening offices and strategically deploying capital, and profitability measurement), mergers and acquisitions, finance, accounting, tax, treasury, asset-liability management (ALM) and risk management functions, investment securities (bonds and equities) portfolio management, and shareholder relations (private investors and institutional investors) management.
As a leader in creating positive workplace cultures, Mark was part of an Executive Management Team at a Best Places to Work in PA achieving 1st place ranking (2007), 2nd place ranking (2006), and 7th place ranking (2008) during the first three full years at a startup bank. He was named a Forty under 40 Business Leader by Central Penn Business Journal in 2007, at age 30.
Mark enjoys spending free time with family and friends, exercising, coaching elementary school-aged children for Arlington Soccer Association, parent volunteering at Arlington Science Focus School, and serving as a Board Member at Animal Welfare League of Arlington.
William R. “Bill” Klich has served as a bank and holding company director, chairman, president, and chief executive officer. He has experience in all aspects of financial services management at the executive, corporate, regional, division head, group head, and lending officer levels. As President and CEO, Bill managed and directed multiple phases of regional bank holding companies, as well as independent financial institutions. He successfully managed the financial turnaround of two independent financial institutions. He served six years as state president of a regional bank holding company, two years as a mergers and acquisitions consultant to that company, and was a member of their Board of Directors.
Bill was born in Coral Gables, Florida. He is a graduate of The Citadel and received his MBA from Georgia State University. He is a graduate of The Executive Program, Colgate Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia. He served as a captain in the Strategic Air Command, United States Air Force.
Bill became a director of Old Dominion National Bank with the change of control granted to the new shareholder group by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, in October of 2013. He was the bank’s president and chief executive officer from June, 2014 to June, 2016. He continues to serve as a board member.
Bill resides in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Kenneth J. Potter, Old Dominion’s chief financial officer has spent his career ensuring companies hit their financial goals. Whether performing audits to evaluate potential fraudulent use of government funds, assessing the financial wellness of nonprofits, or making strategic financial recommendations to increase the bottom line in the for-profit sector, Ken understands how to work within a financial, compliance, and accountability framework while acting as a catalyst for positive financial change within organizations. When he’s not seeing to the financial health and wellness of Old Dominion National Bank as the bank’s CFO, you can find Ken spending time with his three children, coaching soccer with SOCA, fishing, and on the golf course.
Judson G. Foster serves as the chief lending officer at Old Dominion. In this role, Jud has oversight of the bank’s lending function to include commercial, consumer, and residential mortgage programs.
Prior to joining Old Dominion, Jud served as senior vice president and commercial banking executive for Union First Market Bank where he managed the commercial lending team in the Central Virginia Region. Jud joined Union First Market through their acquisition of StellarOne, where he served as senior vice president and commercial banking manager. He was responsible for oversight of the commercial banking team. Jud coached the team to meet production goals and credit quality metrics.
Jud began his career with Virginia Financial Group, a predecessor to StellarOne where he held various roles including credit analyst, commercial loan officer, and special projects manager during his tenure with the organization. The focus of Jud’s lending career has been working with operating or commercial and industrial companies for their working capital, equipment, and real estate lending needs.
Jud is a graduate of James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA and holds a Bachelor’s of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. He presently serves on the Advisory Board for the Charlottesville Salvation Army and is a past Board Member for the Central Virginia Partnership for Economic Development.
Amanda Tucker, CRCM, CAMS currently serves as the chief risk officer at Old Dominion. In this role, Amanda has oversight of the bank’s Enterprise Risk Management, Compliance, and Marketing.
Prior to joining Old Dominion, Amanda served as senior vice president and operational risk manager for Union Bankshares. Amanda joined Union through their acquisition of StellarOne where she served as the director of anti-money laundering (AML) and Fraud. There, Amanda was responsible for enterprise compliance with AML regulations and oversight of fraud risk mitigation efforts.
Prior to joining StellarOne, Amanda served as the vice president of Compliance for Community Bank.
Amanda began her banking career as a senior bank examiner with the Massachusetts Division of Banks where she participated in the safety and soundness examinations of state chartered banks with a focus on Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and information technology federal guidelines and standards examinations.
Amanda is a graduate of Hartwick College in New York and holds a Bachelor’s of Arts in Political Science. She is also a Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM) and a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS). Amanda currently serves as a director on the BSA Coalition’s Advisory Board, and a director on the ACAMS Richmond Board.
Old Dominion National Bank is an independent, locally-owned and managed bank with offices in Albemarle County and McLean, Virginia. We offer services that come with long-lasting, personal relationships with established banking professionals. We serve locally-owned businesses, their managers, employees, and customers. The bank offers a full range of financial services including everything from commercial and consumer loans, treasury and cash management, merchant card services, debit and credit card services for personal and business accounts, to checking, money market deposit accounts, certificates of deposit, individual retirement accounts, and online banking. Old Dominion prides itself on offering services comparable to those of larger banks.