Chamber Honors John Neal, President of Union Bank & Trust

by | Nov 29, 2015 | Business

Staff report. Photo provided by the Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce.

City of Fredericksburg resident John Neal, President of Union Bank & Trust, will be retiring at the end of 2015. He has worked in the banking business for 38 years, including 24 years with Union Bank & Trust.

The Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors recently recognized Neal “for his exemplar service to the business community.”

Neal serves on the board of directors of the Benefits Corporation, a subsidiary of the Virginia Bankers Association. He is a past board member and chairman of the Virginia Association of Community Banks.

He currently serves on the board of trustees of the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Foundation, the VCU Rice Rivers board of trustees, the board of directors of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta and the board of directors of the Fredericksburg Regional Alliance. He has served on the boards of foundations and community organizations in the Fredericksburg area, including the Rappahannock United Way, Fredericksburg Industrial Development Authority, Rappahannock Economic Development Authority, Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center, the Community Foundation for the Rappahannock Region, and on the board of trustees for Fredericksburg area Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation.

Neal, a long-term member of the Fredericksburg Rotary Club, is a Paul Harris Fellow of Rotary International. He is also a volunteer with Ducks Unlimited and has been a volunteer for Fredericksburg Parks and Recreation Department, where he is a member of their volunteer hall of fame.

Neal holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University, 1971. He is a graduate of The Virginia Bankers School of Bank Management at the University of Virginia, 1982, and The Graduate Banking School of the South at Louisiana State University, 1989.

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