Commercial Bank and Trust Announces New Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer
PARIS, TN. Commercial Bank and Trust Company (CBTC) announces Sam McDaniel’s promotion to Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer.
Bruce Reed, Executive Vice President, congratulated Mr. McDaniel saying, “Due to his experience, work ethic and positive attitude, Sam has the makings to be a successful Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer. He will ensure that we continue to meet the needs of our customers moving forward. I am excited for all that we will accomplish as a bank with him in this leadership position.”
“In my new role, I look forward to the opportunity of working closely with our great lenders to deliver quality products and services to our existing clients, as well as seek out and develop new relationships,” said Mr. McDaniel
Mr. McDaniel is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin where he majored in Finance and Accounting. He then went on to receive his MBA at the University of Memphis. He has been employed in the financial services/banking industry since 2004. Mr. McDaniel is actively involved in his community as he is a board member for the Paris and Henry County Healthcare Foundation, the Paris Lions Club, and the Project 731 organization. He is also Vice President of Membership Development and Training for the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce and Chair for Leadership Henry County for the chamber.
“I am still as excited to be a part of CBTC as I was the day I came back to Paris and Henry County,” said Mr. McDaniel. “We have great employees who are passionate about meeting the financial needs of our customers and are invested in our community, and a great set of products which allow our employees to make this happen. CBTC has had a tradition of excellence for over 140 years and I am proud to be part of this company and community.”
Commercial Bank and Trust was chartered in 1877. The bank has operations in Jackson, Memphis, Paris and Union City, TN. In Paris, the bank has offices at 920 East Wood Street, 1045 Mineral Wells Ave., and 101 North Poplar Street.