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First Freedom Bank Promotes Trammel to Shareholder Services Representative
First Freedom Bank’s long-time Personal Banker Christy Trammel has been promoted to Shareholder Services Representative, announced John Lancaster, Chairman and CEO. Trammel will continue to operate out of the company’s headquarters in Lebanon.
“Christy Trammel has had a very successful career here at First Freedom,” said Lancaster. “She understands and embraces our customer-focused standards. I am pleased to expand on her responsibilities with this promotion to Shareholder Services Representative,” he concluded.
First Freedom takes great pride in providing the highest level of quality customer service. As our Shareholder Services Representative, Trammel will be the bank’s primary contact for existing shareholders and will assist in maintaining the company’s shareholder records.
Trammel has been in banking for 22 years and has been with First Freedom Bank since its inception more than 11 years ago. In 2013, she was recognized for her outstanding service with the bank’s highest honor, the Red Carpet Service Award. Trammel is a graduate of Lebanon High School and has taken many banking and compliance classes through the Tennessee Banker’s Association and/or Volunteer State Community College.
A native and resident of Lebanon, she and her husband, Ryan, have two children. She has been actively involved in various charities in Wilson County and attends Cedar Creek Baptist Church in Lebanon.