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BANK OPEN NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS TODAY
First Landmark Bank is open for normal business hours today, Tuesday, February 11. The Bank and drive-thru will close at its normal time of 5:00 p.m. The weather forecast leads us to believe we will likely either delay opening or be closed Wednesday (tomorrow) and possibly closed some or all of Thursday. Please refer back to this web site for periodic updates. We will attempt to answer your questions or respond to your concerns if you will email us at email@example.com.
Thank you for your understanding during the hours we may be closed due to inclement weather.
Allison Coley Hired as Controller
First Landmark Bank President Terry DeWitt announces the hiring of Allison Coley as Vice President and Controller with responsibilities including preparing financial statements and regulatory filings, overseeing the internal audit and information technology functions, and managing the day-to-day accounting activities. In his announcement, Mr. DeWitt stated, “Allison is a dedicated accountant with significant bank auditing and financial accounting experience, and we are fortunate to hire someone of her caliber.”
Ms. Coley has been in the financial industry for the past four years in a similar position with Quantum National Bank in Suwanee. The previous five years she was with Porter Keadle Moore as a senior auditor, where she managed a broad range of professional service engagements specializing in accounting, auditing and business advisory services to financial service clients.
Ms. Coley received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Georgia Southern University in 2000, followed by a Masters of Accountancy there in 2001. Professionally she is affiliated with the Georgia Bankers Association and the Community Bankers Association, and she is a member of the Junior League of Atlanta. Her community involvement includes the Ronald McDonald House and the Chastain Therapeutic Horse Park.
First Landmark Named Top 25 Small Business
The Cobb Chamber of Commerce has named First Landmark Bank one of their Top 25 Small Businesses of the Year. “We are excited to be included in an elite group of local small businesses,” said bank president Ron Francis, “and consider it an honor to be selected in our first year of eligibility for the award.”
First Landmark Bank will be recognized at the Chamber’s First Monday breakfast, June 6, 2011. For a complete list of the Chamber’s Top 25 businesses, please go to http://www.cobbchamber.org/sboy .