First State Bank adds Dunker to team
The Messenger 02.18.08
Patricia Dunker has joined the staff of First State Bank as the Bank Secrecy Act assistant.
She will be responsible for assisting in the day-to-day management of the Bank Secrecy Act. Her office is located at First State’s Operation Center at 221 Harrison St. in Union City.
Prior to joining First State, Ms. Dunker was employed with Lennox Hearth Products as a receiving coordinator and fabrication clerical assistant.
“Pat will be a welcome addition to our Bank Secrecy Act team,” said Sandra Joyner, BSA/CRA officer. “I have every confidence that Pat will quickly become a valuable part of First State. Her willingness to serve others, ability to communicate with people and friendly spirit will all contribute greatly to our team.”
Ms. Dunker is a member Fulton First United Methodist Church, where she is involved in the Chancel Choir, Contemporary Choir and the Evangelism Mission Team. She is also a member of the Restored Joy Praise Team and chairman for Relay for Life’s Luminaries Team in Fulton.
“I look forward to the challenge that this position brings,” Ms. Dunker said. “First State is an organization that is focused on providing excellent customer service and needed products for its customers and I am honored to help aid our staff in carrying out these objectives.”
First State Bank has 29 full-service banking locations in 23 communities throughout West, Middle and East Tennessee. It is owned by Community First Bancshares, a holding company headquartered in Union City, which also operates a mortgage company, an insurance company, a specialized ag services division, an employee benefits division, investment services, a consumer finance company and an indirect auto financing division at various locations across the state.
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