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Michael T. Cavey

Cavey

Mr. Cavey is a Senior Vice President and Relationship Manager of Revere Bank. He is an experienced banker who has worked in the financial services industry for over 30 years. Prior to joining Revere Bank, Mr. Cavey was a Senior Vice President and Regional Executive for Howard Bank, a position he held from 2008 to 2014.

Mr. Cavey began his banking career at Maryland National Bank, Baltimore, Maryland in 1980. He then held officer positions at Sovran Bank of Maryland and Signet Bank of Maryland before joining Dynasplint Systems, Severna Park, Maryland, as Chief Financial Officer from 1991 through 1994. From 1995 through 2008, Mr. Cavey held several senior commercial lending management positions. He worked with M&T Bank, Baltimore, Maryland, where he served as Senior Vice President, Regional Manager. In 2004, he joined Sandy Spring Bank, Olney, Maryland, where he worked from 2004 to 2008, as Senior Vice President Commercial Banking Manager, Chesapeake Region.

Mr. Cavey holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. He is a graduate of Leadership Anne Arundel. Mr. Cavey is a board member and serves on the finance committee for the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce. Previously Mr. Cavey served as a board member for Mount Saint Joseph High School; Youth Outreach Foundation; and, Severn River Swim Club. Mr. Cavey is also involved with Ducks Unlimited, The Green Hornets Athletic Association, and Associated Builders and Contractors.

Email: Michael.Cavey@RevereBank.com

 

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