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Robert H. Gilliam, Jr., Named to CCB Board


Robert H. Gilliam, Jr., has been named to the Board of Directors of Community Capital Bank of Virginia (CCB).

“CCB is most fortunate to gain the expertise of Robert Gilliam to our board,” President and CEO Jane Henderson announced. “Not only has he served as a banker for over 40 years, he has served the profession and his community with directorships for numerous organizations. We look forward to having his assistance in guiding our future growth.”

Mr. Gilliam was the President and CEO of Pinnacle Bankshares Corporation and  its wholly-owned subsidiary First National Bank from 1980 until 2011. Prior to taking the helm he served for ten years as a Vice President. He is a former President of the Virginia Bankers Association and has served on numerous committees and groups for this organization as well as the Virginia Association of Community Banks and the American Bankers Association. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.

Mr. Gilliam has also presided over the Altavista Chamber of Commerce and the Altavista Lions Club. He has been a member of the Altavista Industrial Development Authority, a director of the Altavista Life Saving & First Aid Crew, and a member of the Avoca Museum and Historical Society.

 Mr. Gilliam completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Business Administration at Guildford College. He received a Diploma of Graduation from the Virginia Bankers School of Bank Management at the University of Virginia.

About Virginia Community Capital:
With offices in Christiansburg, Richmond, and Springfield, Virginia Community Capital (VCC) is dedicated to the prospect of building wealth for all through our lending, deposits, and advisory services. As a community development financial institution (CDFI), our mission is to offer innovative, flexible financial products designed to support housing and community development ventures, increase jobs, and encourage sustainable communities. In partnership with our for-profit bank, Community Capital Bank of Virginia (CCB), the non-profit VCC offers loan capital broader and more flexible than bank lending in low-to-moderate income communities in underserved geographies and markets. Learn more at  vacommunitycapital.org.