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Feemster joins Frankin Synergy Bank, Berry Farms

Philip Feemster has been tapped to lead Franklin Synergy Bank’s Berry Farms branch, set to open later this month as the first business in the 602-acre planned community.

Feemster’s appointment as Vice President, Berry Farms Community Executive was announced recently by bank president Richard Herrington. He will be temporarily located in the bank’s Aspen Grove branch until opening day.

“Berry Farms is an exciting location for our sixth Franklin Synergy Bank office,” noted Herrington. “We look forward to becoming a connection point for friends, neighbors and family. Philip’s leadership in the community will help us establish a strong relationship with our new neighbors in Berry Farms.” 

Feemster joins Franklin Synergy from Fifth Third Bank in Franklin, where he served as Vice President, Emerging Middle Market Group. His commercial lending background includes stints at First Citizens Bank in Franklin and SunTrust Bank in Nashville.  

Feemster earned a B.A. degree in Economics from The University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee. He is active in the community through the Boys and Girls Club, where he serves as Treasurer on the Williamson County Board of Directors.
Feemster is a member of the Americana Music Association and the Association of Independent Music Publishers, Nashville Chapter.

Berry Farms is under development by Boyle Investment Company. Phase I at Berry Farms includes Town Center, a mixed-use office, retail, and residential area. 

Posted on: 9/11/2013

 
 

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