FCNB announces promotions
Posted: Tuesday, June 4, 2013 12:00 am
First Citizens National Bank recently announced the promotions of seven of its staff members, including two in Obion County.
John Rogers, formerly senior fraud analyst and manager, has been promoted to vice president and senior fraud analyst. He joined First Citizens in 2011 and is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin with a degree in accounting. Rogers is a graduate of the Leadership Obion County program, is a member of Rotary International, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and serves on the board of directors for Union City’s Cal Ripken Baseball program.
Rogers and his wife, Connie, live in Union City with their three children, Carlie, Parker and Preston.
Kyle Baggett, former agricultural lender with First Citizens, has been promoted to assistant vice president and agricultural lender. He is a native of Obion County and began his career with First Citizens in 2011. Baggett is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville where he earned a degree in business administration. He is a 2007 graduate of Leadership Obion County, is a member of the Union City Rotary Club, the Obion County Young Farmers and Ranchers, the Obion County United Way board of directors and coaches in the Union City Babe Ruth Baseball Association. Baggett also lives in Union City and attends Troy United Methodist Church.
First Citizens Bank also promoted five other staff members:
• Danielle Williams has been promoted to financial center president at the bank’s Newbern office. She is a UTM graduate and a 2012 graduate of the Southeastern School of Banking.
• Jan Palmer has been promoted to assistant vice president and branch manager of the bank’s Atoka Financial Center.
• Jill Schultheis has been promoted to vice president and bank secrecy act/office of foreign assets control officer in Dyersburg.
• Kelly Seaton has been promoted to assistant vice president and treasury service operations manager in Dyersburg. She graduated from UTM with a finance degree.
• Penne Vickery has been promoted to assistant vice president bank operations. She has 17 years of lending experience with First Citizens and earned a degree in business administration from UTM.
First Citizens National Bank operates 20 locations in Tennessee. The bank was established in 1889 in Dyer County and serves markets in nine counties in the state, including Obion County.