Monday, 26 April 2021
First Freedom Bank Promotes Keller

Courtney Keller has been promoted to Personal Banker at the Lebanon Office, announced Kenny Beavers, Senior Vice President and Director of Retail Banking. Keller previously served as Financial Services Manager at the Providence Office.

“Since joining our bank, Courtney quickly mastered each of the FSR levels and progressed to the FSR Manager position. She is one of only a few FSRs that were able to achieve Chairman’s Cup status in her first quarter of employment,” said Beavers. “Courtney is a real team player and possesses excellent customer service skills. She will be a great addition to our Lebanon Office.”

Keller graduated in December 2019 from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with her B.S. in Early Childhood: Child and Family Studies. While there, she was a member of Sigma Kappa Sorority and served as the sorority’s Vice President of Standards and Values. She was involved with several non-profits during her college career.

While in her prior role at the Providence Office, Keller was an ambassador for the Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce. 

Keller resides in her hometown of Lebanon and is a member of Water’s Edge.

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.

Posted on 04/26/2021 10:41 AM by Sarah Poss
Friday, 23 April 2021
FFB Displays Jackson County 4-H Projects

First Freedom is excited to display the 2021 4-H County Piggy Bank Competition winners at the Gainesboro Office. Donations raised through the competition went toward the youth that handcrafted a piggy bank for junior and senior high categories.

First Freedom was also a sponsor of the competition.

Pictured from left to right is Savannah Agee, Teola Ragland, Gainesboro Personal Banker, and Mallory Mayberry.

Posted on 04/23/2021 4:52 PM by Sarah Poss
Monday, 19 April 2021
FFB Sponsors Chamber Event

First Freedom Bank was a sponsor for the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce’s 12th Annual Open Bass Tournament. The event was held on April 11th at Old Hickory Lake. Proceeds from this event go toward scholarships for one female and one male student in Wilson County.

FFB’s Phillip Vance, Vice President and Relationship Manager, is pictured with the winners. Vance recently stepped into the role of Board Member and Sports Council Division Chairperson at the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber.

Posted on 04/19/2021 9:45 AM by Sarah Poss
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