The pricetag from flooding was once again heavy throughout the region, prompting Clarksville-based F&M Bank this week to announce a partnership with the Greater Nashville Regional Council (GNRC) and Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLBank) of Cincinnati, Ohio, to disburse grant funds through a FHLBank Disaster Reconstruction Program.
Counties included in the disaster declaration area as a result of April flooding include Montgomery, Houston, Henry and Benton counties, as well as Stewart County, in Tennessee, plus Calloway, Christian and Trigg counties in Kentucky.
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Jarod Scott has been named Branch Manager and Assistant Vice President of F&M Bank’s Lebanon Office.
“Jarod brings fifteen years of experience in the financial services industry and is especially experienced in developing sales strategies and customer service programs. In addition, he has completed the requirements for life insurance and annuity sales. We are fortunate to be able to attract personnel with his knowledge and skills to F&M,” stated Sammy Stuard, President and CEO.
An officer candidate with the Army National Guard, Jarod is also a adjunct professor of business mathematics at Volunteer State Community College.
The setting appears to be a small bank lobby. But the F&M employees behind the teller line aren’t counting real money or waiting on actual customers. They are in the organization’s new employee training center, learning the ins-and-outs of the often complicated and federally regulated skills associated with jobs in banking.
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F&M Bank has announced the promotions of four veteran mortgage employees, according to Sammy Stuard, bank president.
Denise Alexander, vice president and mortgage operation manager for the bank’s Mortgage Department to senior vice president of the bank; Yvonne Witzler, assistant vice president and manager of the Clarksville mortgage office to bank vice president; Rodney Wilds, manager of F&M’s Brentwood mortgage office to bank vice president and Brian Maggart, manager of bank’s Hendersonville mortgage office to bank vice president.
“These four employees have been instrumental in the growth and profitability of the bank’s mortgage department. Their leadership, experience and keen understanding of today’s mortgage environment have enabled F&M to expand its market share throughout Middle Tennessee,” Stuard stated.
The U.S. Department of Agricultures Guaranteed Rural Housing program presented its Premier Lender for 2012 award to F&M bank. F&M Mortgage ranked seventh in the state for GRH leans to families with moderate house hold incomes and fourth year-to-date for Tennessee Housing Development Agency loans.
F&M Bank has announced the addition of Alana Young as a mortgage loan originator in the bank’s mortgage center at 10 Cadillac Drive, Suite 100, in Maryland Farms. “She brings 14 years of experience in the mortgage industry and offers her clients a wealth of knowledge in the home financing process,” remarked Rodney Wilds, manager of the Brentwood/Maryland Farms Office.
Young has been recognized by the Nashville Mortgage Bankers Association for her sales achievements and has received the President’s Club award on several occasions from mortgage companies with which she has been associated. She is a Nashville native and received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.
She can be reached by calling 615-390-4349 or by emailing her at email@example.com.
Representatives of the United States Department of Agriculture’s Guaranteed Rural Housing (GRH) Program presented its prestigious “Premier Lender for 2012” award to representatives of F&M Bank. GRH representatives making the presentation are (from left) Deneen Clayton and Shinika Jenkins, GRH Loan Specialists, and Don Harris, GRH Housing Program Director. Accepting the award are F&M representatives, DeWayne Olive, F&M Executive Vice President/Chief Financial Officer, Denise Alexander, Vice President/Mortgage Operation Manager, Yvonne Witzler, Assistant Vice President/ Manager/Clarksville Mortgage Office and Rodney Wilds, Manager/Brentwood Mortgage Office. The F&M Mortgage Department ranked 7th in Tennessee in GRH loans to families with moderate household incomes. Additionally, F&M Bank ranked 4th in year-to-date rankings for Tennessee Housing Development Agency Loans.
Click here for our FHLB Welcome Home Loan Program 2013 Presentation. The Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati (the FHLBank) has established a set-aside of Affordable Housing Program (AHP) funds to help create homeownership. These funds are available to Members of grants to assist homebuyers under the Welcome Home Program. This is a general description of the program. Complete information and documents are available at www.fhibcin.com.
F&M Bank has named Joy Daniels assistant vice president and manager of its Dover Road Office in Clarksville.
“Joy brings over ten years of banking experience to F&M and is very familiar with the Clarksville market. She is an experienced lender and manager and we are pleased she chose to join our bank,” stated Sammy Stuard, President and CEO.
F&M Bank is one of the state’s top 15 independent banks and operates 15 full-service banking and mortgage operations in Montgomery, Wilson, Sumner, Robertson, Stewart, Putnam and Rutherford counties. In addition, it operates mortgage-only offices in Brentwood and Green Hills in Davidson County.
Daniels can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 931-905-7975.
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