People: Bank of the James (BOTJ.OQ)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Thomas Pettyjohn

69 2009 Independent Chairman of the Board

Robert Chapman

52 2004 President, Director of the Company; President and Chief Executive Officer, Director of the Bank

Augustus Petticolas

66 2009 Independent Vice Chairman of the Board

J. Todd Scruggs

47 2007 Treasurer, Secretary, Director of the Company; EVP, CFO, Director of the Bank

Harry Umberger

49 2007 Executive Vice President and Senior Credit Officer of the Bank

John Alford

54 2013 Director

William Bryant

50 2012 Director

Lewis Addison

63 2006 Independent Director

Donna Clark

64 1998 Independent Director

James Daly

57 2007 Independent Director

Julie Doyle

51 2011 Independent Director

Watt Foster

55 2005 Independent Director

Donald Giles

73 1998 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Thomas Pettyjohn

Mr. Thomas W. Pettyjohn, Jr., is an Independent Chairman of Bank Of The James Financial Group Inc., since May 2009. Mr. Pettyjohn grew up in Amherst County and has been a resident of Lynchburg since 1972. Mr. Pettyjohn received a bachelor’s degree in History and a J.D. from Washington & Lee University. He is currently a principal of Davidson & Garrard, Inc., an investment advisory firm in Lynchburg. Mr. Pettyjohn has an extensive banking background, having worked at Central Fidelity National Bank for many years. While at Central Fidelity, Mr. Pettyjohn held the titles of Executive Vice President and Division Manager of Residential Real Estate, Executive Vice President and Division Manager of Commercial Banking/Western Division, Vice President and In-House Counsel of Central Fidelity Bank’s predecessor, Fidelity American Bankshares, Inc., and statewide Manager for Indirect Lending. At the time of his retirement from Central Fidelity, Mr. Pettyjohn was Executive Vice President of Real Estate Administration for the Mortgage Division. Mr. Pettyjohn is currently on the board of directors and chairman of the finance committee of Amazement Square Children’s Museum. He has served as the President of the board of directors of Boonsboro Country Club, an elder and deacon of First Presbyterian Church and as chairman of the board of the First Presbyterian Weekday School.

Robert Chapman

Mr. Robert R. Chapman, III, is President, Director of Bank Of The James Financial Group Inc. He serves as the President of Financial and the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Bank. He has been a resident of Lynchburg for seventeen years and has been the President of Financial since January 2004 and President and CEO of the Bank since January 2003. Mr. Chapman was a co-organizer of Bank of the James in 1999. Previously, Mr. Chapman was Vice President and Branch Manager and a Commercial Account Manager at Crestar Bank for 15 years. Mr. Chapman is a graduate of Virginia Military Institute where he received a bachelor’s degree in Economics. Following graduation, Mr. Chapman served as First Lieutenant in the United States Army. Mr. Chapman graduated from the Stonier Graduate School of Banking. Mr. Chapman is Immediate Past President of the Lynchburg City Schools Education Foundation, and also serves on the board of the Centra Foundation, Westminster Canterbury Lynchburg, and is a member of First Presbyterian Church. Previously he has served as a board member of Lynch’s Landing, the Court Appointed Special Advocates Program, the Lynchburg Regional Chamber of Commerce, and as chairman of the United Way of Central Virginia. In addition to his extensive experience in bank administration, asset/liability management, residential and commercial real estate lending, and business and industry lending, Mr. Chapman has experience in the day-to-day management of the Bank and knowledge of our business and operations.

Augustus Petticolas

Dr. Augustus A. Petticolas, Jr., is an Independent Vice Chairman of Bank Of The James Financial Group Inc. He has practiced dentistry in Lynchburg since 1976. He is a graduate of Livingstone College in Salisbury, North Carolina and holds a bachelor’s degree in English with a minor in Biological Sciences and French. He earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at the University of Maryland. Dr. Petticolas is involved in numerous community endeavors and is a founding board member of the Free Clinic of Central Virginia, Inc. In addition, he currently serves on the boards of the Greater Lynchburg Community Trust, and the Centra Health Foundation. He previously has served on the board of Centra Health. He joined the board of directors of Bank of the James in 2005. In July, 2008, Governor Tim Kaine appointed Dr. Petticolas to serve a four-year term on the Virginia Board of Dentistry.

J. Todd Scruggs

Mr. J. Todd Scruggs is Treasurer, Secretary, Director of Bank Of The James Financial Group Inc.,since 2007. He is the Secretary-Treasurer of Financial and Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Bank. Mr. Scruggs was a co-organizer of the Bank and has served as its Chief Financial Officer since its formation in 1999. Prior to serving as an organizer for the Bank, Mr. Scruggs worked at Crestar Investment Group, where he was a Financial Consultant and an Investment Representative. Prior to that, Mr. Scruggs was a tax specialist and financial analyst for Ericsson GE Mobile Communications and Assistant to the Vice President of Finance and Controller of Old Dominion Box Company, Inc. Mr. Scruggs has a Bachelor of Science in Commerce from the University of Virginia McIntire School of Commerce. Mr. Scruggs also graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Graduate Bank Investment Management. Mr. Scruggs is Secretary of both Financial and the Bank. He currently serves on the board finance committee of Centra Health, Inc., the finance committee of Interfaith Outreach Association, the board of STEP with Links, and is involved with the Ways to Work Program at HumanKind. He has served on the board of the Central Virginia Community College Education Foundation and served on the board of the E.C. Glass Foundation.

Harry Umberger

Mr. Harry P. Umberger is an Executive Vice President and Senior Credit Officer of the Bank, subsidiary of Bank of the James Financial Group, Inc since December 2007. From 2003 to 2007, Mr. Umberger served as Senior Vice President and Senior Credit Officer of the Bank. He joined the Bank in 2001 as a Vice President and Commercial Lender. Mr. Umberger started his banking career in 1990 with Sovran Bank. He had also worked with two other Region 2000 community banks prior to joining the Bank. Mr. Umberger has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hampden-Sydney College with majors in both Economics and Spanish. He is also a graduate of the Virginia Banker’s School of Bank Management. Mr. Umberger served on the Strategic and Facilities Master Plan Steering Committee for Campbell County Schools and the Campbell County School’s Local Advisory Committee for the Gifted. Mr. Umberger coaches youth sports with the Timbrook Youth Basketball League.

John Alford

Mr. John R. Alford,Jr., is an Director of Bank Of The James Financial Group Inc., since June 16, 2009. He is a shareholder with Caskie & Frost, P.C., a law firm based in Lynchburg. In his practice, Mr. Alford provides advice to corporations and other business entities in matters of corporate law, commercial transactions, and real estate and to individual clients in matters including estate planning, estate administration, and real estate matters. He received a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Virginia and a J.D. from Washington & Lee University School of Law. Prior to joining the board of directors of Financial, Mr. Alford was a member of the Bank’s Lynchburg Advisory Board. Mr. Alford is a board member of the Greater Lynchburg Community Trust, president and a board member of Boonsboro Country Club, a former Trustee for James River Day School and a former chairman and board member for the Alliance for Families & Children.

William Bryant

Mr. William C. Bryant, III, serves as Director of Bank Of The James Financial Group Inc., since 2005. He is the President of and Auctioneer for Ted Counts Realty and Auction Company. He holds a B.S. in Business Management from LaSalle University. Mr. Bryant received a certificate in Real Estate Appraisal from the International College of Real Estate Appraisal in Columbia, Tennessee and is a graduate of the Mosley Flint School of Real Estate in Roanoke, Virginia. In addition, he is a graduate of the Mendenhall School of Auctioneering in High Point, North Carolina, and obtained CAI designation through Indiana University, the Certified Auctioneers Institute in Bloomington, Indiana. Mr. Bryant is a member of the National Association of Realtors, the Virginia Association of Realtors, the National Association of Auctioneers and the Virginia Association of Auctioneers. He serves on the boards of the Lynchburg Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Commonwealth of Virginia Auctioneers Regulator Board and is a member of the Lynchburg Board of Realtors.

Lewis Addison

Mr. Lewis C. Addison is an Independent Director of Bank Of The James Financial Group Inc., since 2006. He is a Senior Vice President and CFO for Centra Health, Inc. and has been associated with Centra Health since 1979. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Business with a Major in Accounting from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants and is a Past President of the Virginia Chapter of Healthcare Financial Management Association. He currently serves as Treasurer for Centra Health, and as a board member and Treasurer for the Centra Health Foundation, and as chairman of Piedmont Community Health Plan, Inc. In addition, Mr. Addison served as a board member for the Bedford Memorial Hospital and the Southside Community Hospital. He is a board member and Treasurer for CCRC, Inc. (The Summit) and previously served as chairman of the Finance Committee for Amherst Baptist Church.

Donna Clark

Ms. Donna Schewel Clark is an Independent Director ofBank Of The James Financial Group Inc., since 1998. She has been Secretary and General Counsel of Schewel Furniture Company, Inc. since 1993. Ms. Clark received a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Goucher College, a Masters of Arts from Brown University, and J.D. from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law, College of William and Mary. Ms. Clark has served as vice chair of the board of directors of New Vistas School, chair of the Board of Administration of Agudath Sholom Congregation and chair of the Campaign for Equal Justice of the Virginia Legal Aid Society. of business law, as well as experience in liability management and consumer financing.

James Daly

Mr. James F. Daly serves as an Independent Director of Bank of the James, since 2007. He is the President of Daly Seven, Inc., a company engaged primarily in hotel development and management. Mr. Daly has served in this capacity since 1980. He is a graduate of Virginia Tech where he received a bachelor’s degree in Business Management. He currently serves on the advisory board for the Boys and Girls Club of Lynchburg. Mr. Daly provides experience in commercial real estate management, commercial real estate financing, construction project management, and business operations.

Julie Doyle

Ms. Julie P. doyle is an Independent Director of Bank Of The James Financial Group Inc., since 2011. Ms. Doyle is the President and Executive Director of The Education & Research Foundation, Inc. located in Lynchburg, a position she has held since 2005. Ms. Doyle directs the business operations of a clinical trial company whose primary market focus is dermatological medications and products. She oversees the Phase I-IV clinical studies for pharmaceutical and consumer product companies. Ms. Doyle holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame and a Master of Business Administration degree from George Washington University. Active in the community, Ms. Doyle currently holds board positions with Centra Health, Lynchburg College, Lynchburg City Schools Education Foundation, the Notre Dame Monogram Club, and STEP with Links. She formerly served as the chair of the Lynchburg City School Board.

Watt Foster

Mr. Watt R. Foster, Jr., is an Independent Director of Bank Of The James Financial Group Inc., since 2005. He Mr. Foster is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Foster Fuels, Inc., a company engaged primarily in the sale of petroleum and propane products and related products as well as the provision of emergency fuel delivery throughout the United States. He is also owner of Phelps Creek Angus Farm, a 500 head cow-calf operation location in Campbell County. Mr. Foster received a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from James Madison University. Mr. Foster is a member of the Staunton River Chapter of the Masonic Lodge. Mr. Foster provides the board with a strong knowledge of business, including the operation of wide ranging, complex operations, and real estate purchase and development.

Donald Giles

Mr. Donald M. Giles is an Independent Director of James Financial Group, Inc. Mr. Giles served as President of Moore & Giles, Inc., a Lynchburg company specializing in design and marketing of leather products for international and domestic sales distribution. He currently serves as chairman of the board of Moore & Giles. Mr. Giles received a bachelor’s degree in History from Virginia Military Institute, where he lettered in football and track. He has over 45 years of experience working in the leather industry and company business in the Lynchburg community. Mr. Giles has served as a member of the Alumni Board and the Athletic Council for VMI, as President of the VMI Keydet Club and a member of the VMI Development Board. Mr. Giles also has served on the boards of Craddock Terry Inc., the Craddock Terry Foundation and the Boonsboro Country Club. He served as co-chair of the United Way of Central Virginia Annual Campaign for two years. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees at Randolph College. He also has served as an elder at the First Presbyterian Church and is a former Superintendent of Sunday Schools. Mr. Giles was also previously a member of the local advisory board for Investors Savings Bank.

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