Grall joins Marine Bank and Trust board


Rep. Erin Grall
Rep. Erin Grall

Marine Bank & Trust is proud to announce that Vero Beach native and newly elected Florida legislator, Erin Grall, has been appointed to its board of directors. Ms. Grall is the managing partner for the Grall Law Group and represents Florida District 54 in the Florida House of Representatives.

In addition to the practice of law, Ms. Grall is committed to community service and is and has been active in many aspects of Indian River County, including local non-profits and county committees. She currently serves as Chair-Elect for the United Way of Indian River County and as Immediate Past President of the Indian River County Bar Association. She was a member of the Grants Committee of the county’s Children’s Services Advisory Committee for approximately nine years. She is a past president of the Exchange Club of the Treasure Coast and in 2008 was elected to the State Board, where she served as District Director. Ms. Grall is also the past president of Childcare Resources of Indian River.

Ms. Grall is a graduate of St. Helen School and John Carroll High School and graduated cum laude from Wake Forest University and earned her Juris Doctor from Marquette University.

“We feel exceptionally fortunate to have secured Erin for our Board of Directors,” said Bill Penney, President and CEO of Marine Bank. “Her proven leadership of several nonprofits including the United Way, has shown she can manage expenditures and be accountable for measurable goals. Her expertise, knowledge and contacts in our market will undoubtedly be a tremendous asset for our growing Bank.”

About Marine Bank & Trust
Marine Bank, was chartered in 1997 and has $203 million is assets with three full-service branches in Vero Beach and Sebastian. It is the only community bank headquartered in Vero Beach, Florida. The Bank was named one of Indian River County’s Best Places to Work in 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2016. The Bank is an active community supporter providing over $200,000 to more than 125 local non-profit organizations in the market over the last five years. For more information, visit the website at

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