Robert Hubbell currently serves as Principal and President for Brookfield Residential. In addition to his position at Brookfield, Mr. Hubbell is also an owner and investor in a mortgage company, multi-family residential housing projects, and three golf clubs in the Northern Virginia area. He is a member of the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association (NVBIA) and the leader of the Building Leaders Group made up of the executives of the top 20 Public and Private Buildings in the Washington metropolitan area. He sits on the Board of the Lisa Sechrist Memorial Foundation that provides scholarship funds for women in higher education. He also currently serves on the Advisory Board of the Land Development Design Initiative (LDDI).

William Reilly is currently the President of Champion Title, Sterling, Virginia, a title insurance and real estate settlements company. Mr. Reilly also is the managing member of Navy Federal Title, Prestige Title, PSR Title, Tandem Title, CWC Title, HRC Title, Stratford Title, Fortified Title, Washington Metro Title, and Pantheon Title. Mr. Reilly is an experienced bank director, and was a founding board member of Reston, Virginia-based WashingtonFirst Bank, and its parent company WashingtonFirst Bankshares, Inc., from 2004 until its sale to Sandy Spring Bancorp, Inc. in 2017.  At the time of sale, WashingtonFirst Bank had grown to over $2 billion in assets. He is currently on the board of the Melanoma Research Foundation, as well as, managing member of DC Wings of hope.

Old Dominion National Bank Chairman and CEO Mark Merrill said, “We are extremely pleased to welcome Bob and Bill to our Board at a time when ODNB is growing its market share in the Greater Washington area. We are fortunate to be able to attract new directors who are accomplished leaders and have built and led successful high-growth companies. Their contributions to the work of our Board will be pivotal in the successful execution of our strategic plan.”

About Old Dominion National Bank

Old Dominion is an independent, locally owned and managed community bank with executive headquarters in Tysons Corner, Va. with more than $750 million in assets. Old Dominion’s Tysons Corner full-service branch serves a growing number of customers across the Washington metropolitan area, and the bank’s full-service locations in Albemarle County serve Central Virginia. Centre1st Bank, a division of Old Dominion National Bank, serves the Central Pennsylvania area with a full-service branch in State College, Pa. Old Dominion offers a full range of commercial and consumer financial services in the communities it serves. Please visit the bank online at