Commercial Bank and Trust Company Announce New Vice Chairman and New President and COO

November 2020

For Release on November 12, 2020

Commercial Bank and Trust Company Announce New Vice Chairman and New President and Chief Operating Officer.  

Paris, TN. 

David Flowers has been promoted to Vice Chairman of the Commercial Bank and Trust Company Board of Directors. Clint Davis has also been promoted to President and Chief Operating Officer of Commercial Bank and Trust Company (CBTC).

David Flowers joined Commercial Bank and Trust Company in 1978. Mr. Flowers is a graduate of the University of Mississippi, where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. Mr. Flowers has most recently served the bank as a Director, President, CFO, and COO. He will be retiring from CBTC on December 31 and continue his service with the Board of Directors as Vice Chairman. In addition to his service to CBTC, Mr. Flowers has served the Paris Board of Public Utilities, the Henry County Food Bank, Paris/Henry County Chamber of Commerce, the Paris Industrial Board, Tenn Ken Chapter of the Bank Administration Institue, and the Rotary Club for many years. David Flowers commented, “I am very fortunate to have served this wonderful community through Commercial Bank and Trust Company. I’m excited about the future of our CBTC team and looking forward to our continued success.”

Clint Davis, a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin, completed his Bachelor of Business Administration in Economics and Finance in 1995. Mr. Davis joined Commercial Bank and Trust Company in 1999 as the Mineral Wells Branch Manager and Loan Officer, then continued to serve the bank as Paris Loan Manager, Community President, and Director of HR and Marketing. Mr. Davis completed the Graduate School of Banking at LSU and the TBA Southeastern School of Banking and will assume the role of President and Chief Operating Officer. 

His community involvement includes Lakeway Kiwanis, Habitat for Humanity, First Baptist Church, Henry County Youth Baseball, CASA, and the City of Paris Parks and Recreation Board. 

“I have had the privilege to work with the best bankers in the business during my time at Commercial Bank. Our greatest blessing as bankers is the ability to connect and work alongside the families and businesses we serve to provide the resources, expertise, and guidance to help achieve their goals” said, Davis.

Chairman and CEO Mott Ford stated, “David and Clint have made a tremendous impact on our bank, our clients, and the communities we serve. David’s forty-two years of experience leading our bank through expansions, acquisitions, challenges, opportunities, and significant growth will be an invaluable asset as he serves our board as Vice Chairman. Clint has had a positive impact throughout the bank during his tenure with CBTC in various leadership roles. As President and COO, he will have the opportunity to guide us through future opportunities of growth with our commitment to provide great banking to those we serve.”

Chartered in 1877, Commercial Bank and Trust has operations in Jackson, Memphis, Paris, and Union City, TN.

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