FirstBank Promotes Mindy Gunter To VP FCM

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FirstBank is excited to announce that Woodbury native, Mindy Gunter has been promoted to VP FCM at FirstBank’s Woodbury location.

Mindy has been in banking for 11 years and has been with FirstBank for the past 7 years.

“FirstBank is a wonderful place to work.  I have enjoyed the last 7 years and look forward to many more years of serving the people of Cannon County.  I am proud that we are a community bank who believes in supporting education and helping others.  We have the best customers at our Woodbury location, and we are very thankful for their continuing support,” said Mindy.

Mindy and her husband Jeremy currently reside in the Readyville community.

“FirstBank is excited to have a talented and dedicated professional like Mindy lead our team in Cannon County. With her experience and local knowledge, I know the people in Cannon County will enjoy banking at its finest with her leadership and enthusiastic team of talented bankers”, said Chuck Lewis, FirstBank Murfreesboro City President.

About FirstBank

FirstBank is Tennessee’s largest independently owned and operated bank, with 45 locations across the state. The bank, headquartered in Lexington, Tenn., serves every major metropolitan market in the state and, with more than $2 billion in total assets, has the resources to provide a comprehensive variety of financial services and products.

FirstBank follows a community-banking model adopted by its charter, Farmers State Bank, more than 100 years ago in Scotts Hill, Tenn. As Tennessee’s premier community bank, FirstBank is committed to its role as a leader in the communities it serves. That commitment is reflected by the Ayers Foundation Scholars program, a scholarship fund established by FirstBank Chairman and sole shareholder Jim Ayers to advance higher education for young people in Tennessee.

To learn more about FirstBank, a wholly owned subsidiary of First South Bancorp, Inc., visit            
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