Commercial Bank and Trust Announces Newly Promoted Employees

November 2018

Commercial Bank and Trust Announces Newly Promoted Employees

PARIS, TN – Commercial Bank and Trust is pleased to announce the promotions of Sharon Bradberry, Judy Long, and Megan Wilson.


Sharon Bradberry will now serve as the Mineral Wells Branch Manager. Prior to her promotion to Branch Manager, Sharon worked as a Teller, Teller Supervisor, and Assistant Branch Manager. As Branch Manager, Sharon will be responsible for providing exceptional service to clients and providing leadership to the Mineral Wells team. She has been with the bank for 38 years. She and her husband, Jimmy, have four children and six grandchildren.

Judy Long worked at the bank as a Consumer Real Estate Specialist before her recent promotion to Consumer Real Estate Department Manager. Judy will be responsible for leading the CRE Department’s efforts to provide the support and documentation to our lending staff. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee at Martin and her Master of Business Administration from Bethel College before starting with the bank in 2010. Judy is active the Church in Paris and currently serves on the Henry County Tennessee Rehabilitation Advisory Board. Judy and her husband, Michael, have one son Malcolm, a daughter-in-law Britney, and two grandchildren Myah and Jamison.

Megan Wilson has been promoted to Assistant Vice President/Loan Officer and Mortgage Originator at the Mineral Wells Branch location. She is a graduate of Henry County High School and completed her Bachelor’s degree from Bethel University. Megan began her banking career with Commercial Bank and Trust 19 years ago as a Loan Assistant. In 2013, she led the development of the Consumer Real Estate Processing Department as Manager. Megan stated “I am excited about my new role and look forward to continuing to serve Henry County and our customers through this new position. Commercial Bank and Trust has a great team that works diligently to provide our customers the best service possible.” Megan has a 15 year old daughter, Macy Barron and enjoys the opportunities she has to spend with family and friends.

“We are excited for Sharon, Judy, and Megan to utilize their talents in their new roles with the bank,” says Clint Davis, Senior Vice President. “It is an honor when team members are rewarded for their hard work, and we are thrilled to witness all that they will accomplish.”

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