National Bank is pleased to announce that Harvey D. Brookins, Jr. has joined the bank as a Vice President and City Executive. Brookins will lead the bank’s new Roanoke, Virginia Loan Production Office.
Brookins has over 20 years of banking experience, with 10 years of commercial banking experience in Roanoke and the New River Valley. A native of Detroit, Michigan, Brookins began his banking career in Michigan and holds Bachelors of Science and Masters of Business Administration Degrees from University of Detroit Mercy.
“We’re very pleased that Harvey has chosen to lead our new Loan Production Office in Roanoke,” said F. Brad Denardo, President and Chief Executive Officer. “His extensive banking experience and civic leadership reflect our commitment to community banking. We’re looking forward to working with him as we introduce National Bank to the Roanoke market.”
Brookins is currently Chairman of the Western Virginia Water Authority Board, past Chairman of the Goodwill Industries of the Valley Board and is a Commissioner of the Hotel Roanoke and Conference Center. He is married to Tracey Hackett Brookins, Esq. and resides with their children in the Roanoke Valley.
Founded in Blacksburg in 1891, National Bank is a community bank with 26 offices throughout Southwest Virginia. The bank is a subsidiary of National Bankshares, Inc.
, a Blacksburg-based financial holding company with $1.1 billion in assets.