4 Taylor Bank

(April 9, 2021) Taylor Bank recently announced several promotions.

Sandy Duncan was promoted to vice president.

Duncan began her career with Taylor Bank as bookkeeper. Today, she oversees the Deposit Operations Department as deposit operations manager and serves as deposit administrator for the bank’s Core system. She has been employed by the bank for over 40 years.

Kathy Allam was promoted to vice president.

Allam joined Taylor Bank in 2008. She began in branch operations, later completed the management trainee program, and then was promoted to manage the IT and Electronic Services Departments.

In 2019, she was promoted to director of IT and Security. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems Management from Salisbury University.

Carl Vandivier was promoted to assistant vice president.

Vandivier joined Taylor Bank in 1999. During his career with the Bank, he has served in various support roles in the back office.

In 2008, he was promoted to information systems administrator. Vandivier earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business, with a concentration in IT, from Salisbury University.

Margaret Mudron was promoted to branch administration assistant.

Mudron began her employment with Taylor Bank as a summer teller at the East Berlin location.

During her career she has served in various branch leadership roles, including the opening of the Bank’s Ocean View, Delaware, office in 1998, and most recently as assistant vice president, branch manager of the North Ocean City/Fenwick branch.

After over 40 years of experience, Mudron is transitioning to the operations side of the bank. In her new role, she will be responsible for branch reporting and statistics.

Mudron is an active volunteer in the local community and serves as treasurer of the Berlin-Ocean City Rotary Club.

Debbie Rickards was promoted to manager of the North Ocean City/Fenwick Branch.

Rickards joined Taylor Bank in February of 2018 as a customer service associate. In September of 2018, she was promoted to operations supervisor of the Mid-Ocean City Branch.

Rickards has over 30 years of community bank experience. She is a graduate from Delaware Technical Community College where she studied Business Administration and Banking.

An active member of the local community, she serves the Ladies Auxiliary in Selbyville, Delaware.

Holly Hogan was promoted to business services officer.

Hogan joined Taylor Bank in 2019 as senior electronic services representative.

This year, under her leadership, the Bank has successfully launched its new, improved credit card processing program with BASYS Processing. Hogan has 20 years of industry experience, specializing in business solutions and relationships.

Tori Grundman was promoted to marketing director.

Grundman joined Taylor Bank in 2012 as a customer service associate. In 2016, she was promoted to electronic services representative. In 2017, she was promoted to marketing manager.

Grundman earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business from Southern New Hampshire University. She holds the Certified Financial Marketing Professional (CFMP) designation with the American Bankers Association.

Calvin B. Taylor Banking Company, the bank subsidiary of Calvin B. Taylor Bankshares, Inc. (OTCQX: TYCB), founded in 1890, offers a wide range of loan, deposit, and ancillary banking services through both physical and digital delivery channels.

The Company has 12 banking locations within the eastern coastal area of the Delmarva Peninsula including Worcester County, Maryland, Sussex County, Delaware and Accomack County, Virginia.

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