Crossville FirstBank Adds Two Experienced Bankers
FirstBank has hired Charles Davis and Anita Jones as Relationship Managers serving the Crossville market. In their new roles, Jones and Davis will work with existing business customers and help develop new relationships across the Crossville area.
“Anita and Charles have a combined 40 years of banking experience and strong ties to the Crossville community,” said Doug Parkey, Crossville City President. “I am confident that their collaboration will provide fresh perspectives and be an asset to our team and customers.”
Prior to joining FirstBank, Jones was the branch team leader at an area bank. She previously served as an administrative assistant, financial service representative and teller at various Crossville banking institutions.
Davis comes to FirstBank after serving as branch manager, credit manager, service manager, and senior loan officer throughout his career in banking.
Both Jones and Davis are Crossville natives. Jones is involved in Junior Achievement and the United Fund of Cumberland County. She has been married to Rob Jones for 15 years, and they have two daughters.
Davis is a member of the Crossville Youth Baseball and Softball League, where he has coached youth fast-pitch softball and baseball for 14 years. He is a member of Cumberland Homestead Baptist Church and has four children, ages 11 to 21.
Nashville-based FirstBank, a wholly owned subsidiary of FB Financial Corporation (NYSE: FBK), is the third largest Tennessee-headquartered bank, with 58 full-service bank branches across Tennessee, North Alabama and North Georgia, and a national mortgage business with offices across the Southeast. The bank serves five of the major metropolitan markets in Tennessee and, with approximately $4.6 billion in total assets, has the resources to provide a comprehensive variety of financial services and products.
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