Dustin Branner is the Senior Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer at our Martinsburg branch. He has been an associate with JSB for over 10 years and has 18 years’ worth of lending experience.
Dustin specializes in commercial loans and is dedicated to helping individuals & businesses in the Martinsburg area find the financing solution for their needs. He loves being a lender because he is able to meet so many different people and learn about a variety of industries and companies. Dustin has fun being a part of the lending process, whether it’s the construction of a new home or a multi-unit apartment building. Being a lender at JSB allows him to assist with all types of real estate and non-real estate transactions from residential lending to all types of commercial lending. He is proud to serve the banking needs of his customers.
Dustin has a Bachelor of Finance from University of Maryland UC, he attended Eastern Mennonite University and Hesston College. He has also received a FINRA Series 6, 7, 63 and 65 Securities License and has attended the ABA Graduate Commercial Lending School, ABA National Commercial Lending School, RMA-ECU Commercial Real Estate Lending School and RMA-ECU Commercial Lending School.
Dustin has lived in Martinsburg for 14 years and is married to his high school sweetheart. Dustin is a United State Navy Veteran. They have two children; Dylan and Alexis. They both enjoy various sports as well as trips to the beach. Dustin volunteers his time as a member of the Martinsburg Rotary Noon Club and is on the board of the Eastern Panhandle Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He is the Chairman of the Deacons and on the Finance Committee at Fellowship Bible Church in Shenandoah Junction. He is also a member of the Leadership Harrisonburg Rockingham County Chamber.
Want to connect with Dustin? Contact him today to discuss your mortgage, personal & commercial financing needs. He will do his best to take care of your request in a timely manner and to exceed your expectations during the loan process and after your loan closes.Back to top