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Congratulations to Patricia Young on her 10th Anniversary with First United Bank & Trust!! Patricia is a Marketing President in the Washington County, MD and the Berkeley County, WV areas. Thank you Patti for your years of dedication and service.
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Understanding Trusts
A trust is an entity that is equally separate and apart from the individual that is establishing it. A trust is also a separate entity for tax purposes. A trust is created when a grantor transfers property to a trustee for the benefit of another person. The trustee is responsible for managing the property for the beneficiary and distributing income and principal under the terms of the trust instrument. A trustee may be given explicit instructions or may be given broad discretion to make distributions. Learn more about this topic and more in our Financial Education Center. #FinancialEducation
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Congratulations to Catherine Roberts on her 10th Anniversary with First United Bank & Trust!! Catherine is an Application & Systems Administrator at the Operations Center in Oakland, MD. Thank you Catherine for your years of dedication and service.

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Remember, we're closed today but you can always do your banking on our website, mybank.com, mobile devices and our ATM machine.
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As a reminder, we are closed tomorrow in observance of Good Friday.

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Looking for the right fit and a great opportunity? We currently have a full-time Wealth Advisor position available in the Frederick, MD area. Please visit our website for the full job description and to apply online.
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Looking for the right fit and a great opportunity? We currently have a full-time Wealth Advisor position available in the Frederick, MD area. Please visit our website for the full job description and to apply online.

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First United Bank & Trust Promotes Jason B. Rush

Carissa L. Rodeheaver, Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and President of First United Bank & Trust, announces the promotion of Jason B. Rush, to Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.

Carissa commented, “I’m pleased to announce that Jason Rush has been named Chief Operating Officer at First United Bank & Trust. This new role better reflects the responsibilities that Jason holds and the areas that he oversees. As COO, Jason will coordinate the efforts of our deposit and loan operations departments, facilities, human resources, information technology, business intelligence, learning and development, risk management, compliance and audit functions. He has been a key member of executive management and this promotion recognizes the important contributions he has made to improving the performance of the bank.”

Congratulations!
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Corey Stephens Fundraiser for Learning Beyond the Classroom

The Corey Stephens Fundraiser, sponsored in part by First United Bank & Trust, was a complete success and raised $1,120. The proceeds from this event have been donated to the local non-profit organization – Learning Beyond the Classroom. A special note of thanks to Thirst for the Arts and Deer Park Signs for their contributions as well.

This fundraiser was held in memory of four-year old Corey "Doodles" Stephens who was tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident in August 2016. Corey’s grandmother, Stephanie Lewis Stephens, spearheaded this effort to honor the memory of precious Corey by giving back to the community.

This mobile bus allows the school system to reach out to children and their families in a way like never before. Through collaboration and cooperation, a retired school bus has been purchased that has been turned into a classroom. The bus has been hollowed out and fitted with everything necessary to function as a classroom, lending library, and a food bank.


The goals for this Learning Beyond the Classroom are driven by the needs of the population in Garrett County, and include increasing school readiness for children ages 0-5, providing fine arts programs, and providing feeding programs for families in need.

The Learning Bus will be at the Samantha’s Funding the Arts “Beat the Winter Blues” this year. The event will be at the Garrett County Fairgrounds on March 25, 2017 from 10am-5pm. Come out and enjoy a day of fun for the whole family.
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Corey Stephens Fundraiser for Learning Beyond the Classroom

The Corey Stephens Fundraiser, sponsored in part by First United Bank & Trust, was a complete success and raised $1,120. The proceeds from this event have been donated to the local non-profit organization – Learning Beyond the Classroom. A special note of thanks to Thirst for the Arts and Deer Park Signs for their contributions as well.

This fundraiser was held in memory of four-year old Corey "Doodles" Stephens who was tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident in August 2016. Corey’s grandmother, Stephanie Lewis Stephens, spearheaded this effort to honor the memory of precious Corey by giving back to the community.

This mobile bus allows the school system to reach out to children and their families in a way like never before. Through collaboration and cooperation, a retired school bus has been purchased that has been turned into a classroom. The bus has been hollowed out and fitted with everything necessary to function as a classroom, lending library, and a food bank.


The goals for this Learning Beyond the Classroom are driven by the needs of the population in Garrett County, and include increasing school readiness for children ages 0-5, providing fine arts programs, and providing feeding programs for families in need.

The Learning Bus will be at the Samantha’s Funding the Arts “Beat the Winter Blues” this year. The event will be at the Garrett County Fairgrounds on March 25, 2017 from 10am-5pm. Come out and enjoy a day of fun for the whole family.
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