Bank of Tennessee announced a recent realignment of its credit and operations departments.
Robert Bradley, the bank’s senior credit officer, will also be the bank’s senior risk officer. He will continue to be responsible for credit, credit analysis, collections, special assets and will be adding enterprise risk management and retail credit management. He is a graduate of Bob Jones University, Graduate School of Banking at LSU and holds an MBA from the Moore School of Business at University of South Carolina. Bradley joined the bank in 1999 and has served in the areas of accounting, commercial banking and credit administration.
Marcos Pavlovich has been named enterprise risk manager. In his role, he will have responsibility for monitoring, managing and reporting all key business risk and opportunities for the bank. Pavlovich is a 2003 graduate of ETSU and obtained his MBA in 2009. He is a 2011 graduate of the Southeastern School of Commercial Lending. He joined the bank in 2006 and has held positions as relationship manager and more recently in credit administration/special assets since 2008.
Stacey Rabun has accepted the position of special assets manager. Rabun will be managing the bank’s portfolio of classified assets. She has an associate degree from Hillsborough Community College and will obtain a BS in business management at King College in December. She joined the bank in 2002 and has served in the bank’s retail and collections departments.
Denise Bolinger is the bank’s collections manager. Bolinger will be responsible for directing the collection activity on retail, mortgage and commercial loans. She holds a degree in Business Management from Milligan College. She has held positions in the bank’s commercial and credit administration departments. Bolinger joined the bank in 2005.
Lynn Egan is the new retail credit manager with responsibility for the bank’s underwriting of mortgages, retail loans and small business loans. Egan joined the bank in 2005 and has worked in the bank’s Mortgage Division. He is a graduate of ETSU with a BS in Business.
Will Barrett will join the operations division as the new senior operations delivery officer. Barrett will be focused on employing technology and process management to improve the customer experience. He holds BA and MBA degrees from Wake Forest University and has completed the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University. Barrett joined the bank in 2002. His previous roles have been in the retail, commercial, credit administration, and operations departments.
Christy Arnold has rejoined the bank as the new branch operations coordinator. Arnold will write policies and procedures and implement processes to ensure operational integrity in the branch network. Arnold previously worked for Bank of Tennessee for 12 years in the retail division.