Date: 20/04/2021
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First Freedom Bank Promotes Culbert

Amanda Culbert has been promoted to full-time Financial Services Representative at the Providence Office, announced Kenny Beavers, Senior Vice President and Director of Retail Banking.

“Amanda has worked part-time for us while attending college on a full-time basis. She has done a tremendous job balancing school, work, and parenting all at the same time,” said Beavers. “I am very pleased to have Amanda join us as a full-time FSR. She will be an asset to our Providence Office.”

Culbert has been with First Freedom since March of 2019. A graduate of Wilson Central High School, she is currently pursuing her B.S. in Accounting at Cumberland University and will graduate this May. A member of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, she previously served as the group’s Vice President of Finance in 2020. Culbert is also a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants.

A native of Mt. Juliet, Culbert currently resides in Lebanon with her daughter.

First Freedom Bank, headquartered in Wilson County, was established in 2006. A full service, community bank, First Freedom Bank offers personal and commercial banking services from six locations in Wilson, Putnam and Jackson Counties, and has approximately 70 employees. First Freedom Bank has assets in excess of $500 million and is owned by more than 1,100 shareholders throughout Middle Tennessee. First Freedom Bank is member of the Better Business Bureau, an Equal Housing Lender and Member FDIC. Additionally, First Freedom has earned the prestigious Five Star rating by Bauer Financial, the nation’s leading independent bank and credit union rating firm.


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