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Posted on Tue, Jan 15, 2013 : 10:36 a.m.

United Bank & Trust adds new Washtenaw community president

By Ben Freed

United Bank & Trust announced the addition of a new Washtenaw community president Tuesday morning. Raymond Webb will leave his current position as senior vice president of retail banking at Fifth Third Bancorp in Cincinnati, Ohio, to take on the new role.


Chief banking officer Todd Clark (left) and CEO Robert Chapman unveiled a new logo for United Bank & Trust in 2012.

Photo courtesy United Bank and Trust Facebook page

“We are very excited to have Ray join United and lead our efforts in the Washtenaw and Livingston markets,” United Bank & Trust chief banking officer Todd Clark said in a statement.

Prior to the announcement, Clark had been serving as chief banking officer of United Bank & Trust, executive vice president of United Bancorp, Inc., and Washtenaw community president. He will retain his positions as chief banking officer and executive VP.

Webb has been in the financial services industry for more than 25 years, and will be responsible for leading the bank’s five branches in Washtenaw county as well as its Brighton location.

“"I am thrilled to be joining United. Our tagline, ‘Solutions Together,’ resonates deeply with me,” Webb said in the press release. “

"I look forward to working with the United team to deliver solutions to our current and future clients and to the communities we serve."

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Tue, Jan 15, 2013 : 4:31 p.m.

congrats on presidtnt of the red mixer bank! i can't help but think of a red mixer evertime i see that logo now.