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October 3, 2019

Oak View National adds Brady as vice president

Veteran banker Jason Brady will focus on Rappahannock and Warren counties for Oak View.
Industry veteran Jason Brady has joined Warrenton-based Oak View National Bank as vice president and market leader for Rappahannock and Warren counties.

“We are thrilled Jason is joining us. His way of doing business aligns with ours, so it is a great fit,” Oak View National Bank CEO and Vice Chairman Michael Ewing said. “We already support the Rappahannock community with our offices in Warrenton, Marshall and Culpeper, and we are ready for a physical presence in the area.”

The bank plans to open a loan production office in Rappahannock, Mr. Ewing said.

With more than 15 years of banking experience, Mr. Brady most recently worked as vice president and business banking relationship manager with Atlantic Union Bank in Rappahannock. He previously worked as a VP and senior commercial banker with Union Bank & Trust and as a VP and commercial banker with the Rappahannock National Bank.

“Rappahannock is where my family and I call home,” Mr. Brady said. “It’s a great area and I am honored to be able to bring back that true community banking feel to my neighbors.

“Oak View’s way of providing banking is locally focused and highly personal; that is what we deserve here in Rappahannock County.”

He serves on Rappahannock County Agricultural and Forestal District Advisory Committee and as a member of the Rotary Club of Front Royal. He is a past president of Businesses of Rappahannock, a past member of the Wakefield Country Day School Board of Directors and past Wakefield District representative for the Rappahannock County Planning Commission. He received the Rappahannock County Fire and Rescue Association Heroism Award in 2019.

Mr. Brady earned a bachelor’s degree in resource management at Virginia Tech and graduated from Virginia Bankers School of Bank Management in Charlottesville.

A Flint Hill resident, Mr. Brady and his wife, Nikki, have two children.
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