Weed joins F&M Trust as Cumberland County Market Manager
(Carlisle, PA) Robert D. Weed has joined F&M Trust as Vice President and Market Manager for the Cumberland County market.
With over 30 years of experience in banking, Weed most recently was a senior vice president and regional manager in the Adams County and Hanover area. He has also worked in the banking industry as a retail banking manager, community market manager, community banking officer and branch manager.
As Cumberland County Market Manager, Weed will be responsible for development of new small business and retail customer relationships, directing public relations and community involvement activities, providing leadership for the bank’s community offices within the Cumberland County market, as well as serving customer’s financial needs with a variety of services not solely limited to loan and deposit products.
A graduate of Dickinson College with a bachelor’s degree in political science and psychology, Weed earned a master’s degree from The American University in human resource management. He also graduated from the Pennsylvania Bankers Association (PBA) School of Commercial Lending, and has completed courses in cash flow analysis through Robert Morris Associates (RMA) as well as in leadership, relationship selling, and business development.
Weed has been an active community servant supporting Juvenile Diabetes Association, American Cancer Society, Sertoma Club, and Optimist Club. He previously served on the executive committee of the Keystone Council – Boy Scouts of America board of directors and the Cumberland Valley Band Boosters board and executive committee. Weed resides in Mechanicsburg.
F&M Trust is an independent community bank headquartered in Chambersburg with over $1 billion in assets. With twenty-six community-banking offices in Cumberland and Franklin, Fulton Counties, the bank has offices in Carlisle, Camp Hill, Mechanicsburg, Boiling Springs, Newville, Shippensburg, Chambersburg, Waynesboro, Marion, St. Thomas, Mont Alto, Hustontown, McConnellsburg, Orbisonia, and Warfordsburg.