Queenstown Bank adds two board members

PAT PALMER

QUEENSTOWN — Queenstown Bancorp of Maryland, Inc. and Queenstown Bank of Maryland recently announced the addition of Amy Brandt and Patrick Palmer to its Board of Directors. Amy and Pat were appointed to serve a three-year term on both the Bank Board and the Holding Company Board. They join Patrick Thompson, Tom Davis, Tom Rhodes, Tracy Schulz, Chad Helfenbein, Jay Friel, Andy Cheezum and Kevin B. Cashen on the Board.

“We are very excited to have Amy and Pat join us on the Board of Directors. Both Amy and Pat bring a tremendous amount of talent to the Board and truly understand the eastern shore and the many activities that make this a great place to live and work. They are a very welcome addition as we strengthen our commitment to our community. “Join me in welcoming Amy and Pat to the Board,” said Kevin B. Cashen, President and Chief Executive Officer.

Amy is an eastern shore native, growing up in Caroline County, currently living in Denton with her husband and children. Amy received a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from University of Maryland, College Park and is a Certified Public Accountant and Partner at Accounting Strategies Group, LLC. She also serves as a Board of Director for Choptank Electric Cooperative and Caroline County Public Library.

Pat has lived in Centreville with his wife and children for nearly thirty years. Pat received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin and Juris Doctor degree from the University of Baltimore. Pat is a lawyer and partner at Stevens Palmer, LLC, and a principal at Bay East Title Company. He has been very active with Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church, CASA of Mid-Shore and local youth sports.

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