Bank of Botetourt Announces GRAND OPENING OF New Full-Service Cave Spring Office

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Bank of Botetourt is pleased to announce it has made application with regulators to expand and relocate its limited service office at Springwood Park and open a standalone full-service office located at 3232 Electric Rd, Roanoke, VA. The Cave Spring Office will be 2,660 square feet and include an ATM with deposit capabilities and will continue housing the Bank’s mortgage company, Virginia Mountain Mortgage. The Grand Opening Celebration is scheduled for Friday, June 7. 

“In January of 2016 we opened our mortgage office and then in June of 2016 we opened our limited service branch in Cave Spring. From day one, we have been pleased with the support of the community and opportunity in the area. We are excited to continue to expand our community bank footprint to serve our current and future customers in a banking market that we have been headquartered in for 120 years,” said President and CEO, G. Lyn Hayth, III. 

Virginia Mountain Mortgage offers a wide array of products and services, including mortgage options for purchases, construction loans, investment property loans, and various refinancing options. Bringing branch functions to this location will provide full banking services to new and existing customers. Cyndi Beach Stultz and Donna Brown Vaught, both Vice President – Mortgage Loan Officers, have many years of combined experience in the financial and mortgage industry. Together, they will continue to serve customers from the new Cave Spring Office. Cyndi Beach Stultz said, “Our customers and mortgage partners have been very receptive to our presence in the Cave Spring area and we are excited to extend them the additional advantages of a full-service branch. We are appreciative of the commitment made by Bank of Botetourt to further our presence in this area.”

Amie Chernault will continue as Branch Manager for the Bank’s Cave Spring Office. Chernault brings over thirty years of experience in the banking industry. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in Business Administration, a concentration in Finance and minors in Economics and Psychology. She serves as the Vice President of the Brambleton Area Business Association. Amie also serves as Treasurer on the Board of the Salem-Roanoke County Chamber of Commerce and Executive Board. She is a committee member for both the Chamber’s Annual Gala and its Kegs and Barrels Festival. Chernault was born in Rochester, New York and moved to the Salem area where she attended Andrew Lewis and Salem high schools. A resident of the Cave Spring area, Amie enjoys spending her free time with her friends, family and two sons Robby and Timmy.

Bank of Botetourt was chartered in 1899 and now operates twelve retail offices in Botetourt, Rockbridge, Roanoke, and Franklin counties and the City of Salem, all in Virginia, and operates a mortgage division, Virginia Mountain Mortgage and a financial services division, Botetourt Wealth Management.

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