We, the employees, officers, and directors of The Bank of Delmarva commit ourselves to create the leading community bank serving the financial needs of the Lower Delmarva Peninsula. We strive to be innovative, exemplify integrity and professionalism, and provide superior customer service.
The Bank Of Delmarva, Values
We are honest above all else. We respect the individual. We are committed to superior customer service. We want to be the best that we can be. We recognize our community responsibility.
The Bank of Delmarva was chartered as the Bank of Delmar December 14, 1896 by a group of businessmen and farmers. The bank opened for business on May 4, 1897 in Delmar, Maryland, then a thriving railroad town. Having celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1997, the bank remains committed to serving the local community and takes pride in knowing its customers and giving excellent customer service.
Independent banking is a preferred way of doing business in an age increasingly concerned about "Bigness." The Bank of Delmarva is very proud of the fact that it has remained an independent, full-service community bank. Still locally owned, the bank policies are set by the Board of Directors.
The Bank of Delmarva operates eleven full-service branch facilities: four in Salisbury, one in Delmar, one in Seaford, one in Laurel, one in Dagsboro, one in Rehoboth, one in Ocean City, and one in West Ocean City, with over one hundred dedicated officers and employees. One of the Bank's primary goals is to maintain and enhance its public image as a sound, high quality, progressive, friendly place to conduct banking.
The Bank offers its customers access to their accounts 24 hours a day through Automated Teller Machines (ATMs); Point-of-Sale (POS) terminals; TeleBANC, its telephone banking service; and now through our internet banking site. Using TeleBANC, customers can access their accounts for checking, savings, loan information, transfers, Certificate of Deposit rates, and other product information.
The Bank of Delmarva looks forward to meeting the challenges facing the banking industry in the twenty-first century.