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First Citizens National Bank opens fourth Williamson County location

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First Citizens National Bank has provided financial services for 130 years with a total of 26 financial centers across the state and serving 11 counties.

On Monday, Nov. 18, they opened their fourth location in Williamson County. 

The Nolensville office opened with a ribbon cutting, celebrating among community leaders and management from FirstCNB.

"Our town is 23 years old, and we are a growing community I'm proud of," Nolensville Mayor Jimmy Alexander said. "Welcome to Nolensville."

With a vision of being people-centered and unbelievably good, the focus from the bank's leadership was about concentrating on the community of each location. 

FirstCNB is a full-service community bank with approximately $1.8 billion in assets offering deposit, lending, wealth management, cash management, trust, insurance and investments. 

“Our feet are firmly planted within the community,” Judy Long, president and COO of the bank, said. “We are supporting Art Helps Cancer in Nolensville and helping community members faced with a cancer diagnosis.” 

Long described the importance of building a team and finding a “rock star” in Andrew Jennings, community bank president for FirstCNB. 

The opening of the office brings four new jobs to the community. Jennings took time to introduce himself and his team: Tasha Palmersheim, AVP and branch manager; Casey Cavanah, AVP and commercial lender; and Tiffany Young, lead financial experience specialist. 

“Doing our homework to first to bring the right teammates and leadership to the community … it’s who we are as a bank,” Jeff Agee, chairman and CEO of FirstCNB, said. “We interact with each community we are invited into to offer the highest service possible.” 

Agee then showcased the vision of the company and stressed how they uphold their mission statement. 

FirstCNB is ranked eighth in the nation as a top bank to work for by American Banker, and is also recognized in the top 200 community banks in the nation by American Banker Magazine. 

David Hopkins, regional president, discussed the growth in Nolensville and why it’s a perfect location to open another branch office. 

“We know there are a lot of other banks, but we are involved in the community and we reinvest,” he said.

To learn more about FirstCNB, visit

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