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Ward Currin Graduates from the Virginia Bankers School of Bank Management


Edward P. “Ward” Currin, Jr., Callao’s Branch Officer at Bank of Lancaster was among the 51 Virginia bankers who graduated August 5, 2011 from the Virginia Bankers School of Bank Management at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. The three-year school is sponsored by the Virginia Bankers Association in cooperation with the McIntire School of Commerce at the University.

Those receiving diplomas completed the Bank Management Course, which includes three one-week resident sessions with extension problems between the first and second years and a comprehensive senior problem. Graduates broadened their knowledge in all respects of banking, economics, and related subjects. During his three-year program, Currin was elected Secretary of his class.

Currin joined Bank of Lancaster as the Loan Resolution Administrator in October 2005. He began training for a branch management position, and was elevated to Branch Manager of the Bank of Lancaster’s Callao office in October 2008. In August 2009, Currin was promoted to Branch Officer.

Although a native of Raleigh, North Carolina, Currin was raised in Roanoke, Virginia. He received a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration from Radford University in Virginia.

Active in his community, Currin is on the Board of the Northern Neck YMCA, Capital Region Director of the Virginia Bankers Association Leadership Division, and a member of the Northern Neck Young Professionals group. Currin is a past member of the Kilmarnock-Irvington-White Stone Rotary Club, having also served as Sergeant at Arms and Secretary.

Currin and his wife Tucker reside in Irvington with their 19-month old daughter Madden.


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