Bank of Georgetown Chairman, Georgetown Resident Dies

Curtin Winsor III lived in Georgetown with his wife and three daughters.

Curtin Winsor III, the executive chairman of Bank of Georgetown, died either late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning, according to the Washington Business Journal.

Winsor was an active member of the Georgetown community, as a resident and a board member on the Georgetown Business Improvement District, serving as the BID Finance Chair.

At the Georgetown Business Association holiday meeting Wednesday evening, Vice President Janine Schoonover asked those in attendance to take a moment of silence and to keep Winsor's "family, friends and the Bank of Georgetown family in our thoughts this holiday season."

Winsor was born and raised in DC, according to his biography on his company website. Winsor co-founded Bank of Georgetown with Michael Fitzgerald in 2005.

Winsor grew Bank of Georgetown "into one of the most successful local community banks, with $767 million in assets and nine branches," according to the Washington Business Journal.

Patch will provide additional details as more information becomes available.

Gunther Stern December 13, 2012 at 01:56 PM
Devastating. I am so sorry to hear this. He was a great friend of all in Georgetown and will be sorely missed.


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