SEVIERVILLE, TN – Sevier County Bank announced today it has promoted Keion Rad to junior lender.
A native of Sevierville and graduate of Sevier County High School, Mr. Rad began his banking career as a teller with Sevier County Bank in 2012. During his time with the company he has completed multiple training courses in various curriculums, completing Principles of Banking, is a 2016 graduate of Leadership Tomorrow, and currently is studying business administration at Walter’s State Community College.
"We are pleased to be able to promote from within," said Matthew A. R. Converse, President and CEO. "It’s a real positive for Sevier County Bank to have capable individuals in the company express interest in advancing their career with SCB. Our management and supervisory teams want to give everyone in the bank an opportunity to advance and excel – and it’s often a tough selection process when we have such a strong talent pool."
The lending department at Sevier County Bank, led by executive vice president Chuck Atchley, is an integral part of the company’s operations. "We continue to see great opportunities for Sevier County Bank in the lending arena," said Atchley. "I get a lot of personal satisfaction from being able to help our friends and neighbors. Our experienced lenders are looking forward to sharing what they have learned over the years with a bright young man such as Keion." Atchley continued, expressing that the bank’s commitment to providing the products and services that customers’ value has never been stronger.
Mr. Rad resides in Sevierville with his family.