Bank of Georgetown Celebrates Curt Winsor, New Building

Bank of Georgetown CEO Mike Fitzgerald and Deborah Winsor, widow of Curt Winsor, at opening ceremony.
Robert Devaney
Bank of Georgetown CEO Mike Fitzgerald and Deborah Winsor, widow of Curt Winsor, at opening ceremony.

Bank of Georgetown, founded in 2005, celebrated the life of its co-founder, Curtin Winsor III, who died in December 2012, as well as a new corporate headquarters at 1115 30th St., NW, March 5, at its 11th branch -- the Winsor Branch. Friends and colleagues gathered to observe the ribbon cutting and wish the bank continued success, as its co-founder Mike Fitzgerald, chairman, president, and CEO, toasted his business partner, Curt Winsor, remembering the early days of the bank. Bank of Georgetown has 112 employees and assets in excess of $925 million -- and offices in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia.

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