Kara Sadler has been promoted to customer service supervisor with First State Bank of Union City. She is responsible for managing the customer service representatives in First State Bank’s Union City office, as well as continuing her administrative assistant responsibilities. “Kara excels in providing superior service to her customers. That combined with her extensive knowledge of First State Bank products and services certainly makes her a valued asset to our organization,” said Larry Baker, community bank president of First State Bank’s Obion County offices. “Kara strives to provide the best banking product to each and every customer we serve. She is a proven leader in our organization; therefore this promotion is well deserved.” “I am extremely excited about this new position with First State Bank,” Ms. Sadler said. “I look forward to continuing to work for a corporation where I truly believe providing excellent customer service and offering the best products to each individual is most important. I hope to prove to be a true asset to this company and continue to grow with this corporation, where the customer really does come first.” Ms. Sadler has been employed with First State Bank for the past two years. Her most current title was administrative assistant. She is a graduate of Obion County Central High School and is currently attending Dyersburg State Community College, where she is studying business administration. Ms. Sadler is an active member of Junior Auxiliary, is a board member for Main Street and is on the boards of Cornfest and United Way. She also participates with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Tennessee and is an operator for Northwest Safeline. First State Bank has 29 full-service banking locations in 23 communities throughout West, Middle and East Tennessee.