Provided by United Bank
United Bank, the largest headquartered community bank in the nation’s capital, recently named Todd Hewitt market president of its Prince William County market. With over 43 years of experience in commercial banking, Hewitt is responsible for the management and operation of the eleven United Bank offices in Prince William and Stafford counties, in addition to the city of Fredericksburg. He will continue to focus on building client relationships, with an emphasis on business development in the commercial and consumer loan and deposit areas.
“Todd has a track record of success and his understanding of the local market will continue to have a positive impact on our organization and our customers,” said Ross Draber, chief operating officer of United Bank. “He will be an outstanding asset as we continue to provide Greater Washington with customized, strategic commercial and consumer banking services.”
Hewitt joined United Bank in April 2017 following the acquisition of Cardinal Bank, where he served as executive vice president and market executive. In this role, he provided the Manassas/Prince William, Fauquier, Stafford and Fredericksburg communities with individually tailored commercial and consumer loan, deposit and wealth management services. Prior to joining Cardinal Bank in 1998, Hewitt held several relationship management positions at local banks, including senior vice president and regional executive positions at George Mason Bank and Independent Bank.
“United Bank is a strong, well-capitalized partner built on an experienced team with vast knowledge of local markets,” said Hewitt. “Our customers will benefit from United’s enhanced presence and capabilities following the Cardinal Bank merger, and I look forward to helping our local businesses and residents achieve their financial goals.”
Hewitt is a board member and past chairman of the Prince William Chamber of Commerce. He is currently one of two citizen members of the county’s Investment Oversight Committee; vice chair of the Prince William County Police and Career Fire Supplemental Retirement Plan; and assistant administrator to the Prince William County Volunteer Fire and Rescue LOSAP Retirement Plan. He is a life member of the O.W.L. Volunteer Fire Department in Woodbridge, with more than 30 years of service. He is a longtime member and past president of the Rotary Club of Lake Ridge and served two years as the at-large member of the Prince William County Planning Commission, including one year as vice chairman.
Hewitt resides in Occoquan and is a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the University of Delaware.