First Community Bank of East Tennessee Announces Three Promotions | Rogersville


The First Community Bank (FCB) of eastern Tennessee on Tuesday announced three promotions that went into effect on September 1.

Beverly oxford was promoted to Senior Vice President and Director of Lending Operations. Beverly joined First Community Bank of East Tennessee in 2019 as Vice President and Director of Lending Operations. Beverly is responsible for all of the bank’s lending operations. In addition, it is involved in the development, implementation and monitoring of the bank credit policy. Beverly has forty-one years of experience in loan administration, loan operations and compliance. She currently resides in Morristown, Tennessee.

Dana Parkinson was promoted to Senior Vice President and Senior Commercial Lender. She recently served the bank as Vice President and Head of Commercial Lending. With over 27 years of experience in financial services, Parkinson holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Banking from ETSU and is a graduate of the SW Graduate School of Banking at the Cox School of Business, from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. She currently resides in Johnson City, Tennessee.

Matt Cradic was promoted to CFO. He recently served the bank as vice president of finance and accounting. Matt was also appointed a member of the bank’s management.

With over 18 years of experience in financial services, Cradic holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from UVA Wise and is a Chartered Accountant. He currently resides in Kingsport, Tennessee.

About First Community Bank of East Tennessee

With over $ 190 million in assets, First Community Bank offers a full range of financial services including savings, checks, CDs, investment services, consumer loans, mortgages and business loans. , business services and much more. The philosophy of local banking decision making and personalized service is the driving force behind First Community Bank. Founded in 1993, First Community Bank has five branches in Rogersville, Surgoinsville, Church Hill and Kingsport. For more information, visit www.fcbanktn.com or stop by a branch near you.

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