Shore United Welcomes Sylvester as Branch Manager

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Shore United Bank, a member of Shore Bancshares community of companies, is pleased to announce that Kelly Sylvester has joined the company as Branch Manager at our location in Milford, Delaware. Kelly joins Shore United Bank with over 30 years of banking experience in the local Delaware community and a bachelor’s degree in Banking and Finance from Wilmington University.

“We are excited to have Kelly on our team. Her knowledge and experience of the banking industry will be an asset to our Milford branch” says Jennifer Joseph, Chief Retail Banking Officer of Shore United Bank.
“I am delighted to be a part of Shore United Bank. The feeling of family was a warm welcome to my first day with the company. My banking experience will allow me to better understand my team and assist them in servicing clients,” says Ms. Sylvester.

Kelly is continuously involved in the community, including having served on committees within the local Chamber of Commerce and on the Board for the American Heart Association. Kelly resides in Houston, Delaware with her daughter, Emily and her son, Conor.

 

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