Alan Green joins Foothills Bank & Trust as Senior Vice-President

“It’s great to be a part of a true community bank,” comments Alan Green. “This is a great institution with local people who truly understand the market.” Green recently joined Foothills Bank and Trust, which is headquartered in Maryville. Green will serve as a Senior Vice-President after being with First Virginia Banks, Inc. in Eastern Tennessee, and most recently with People’s Community Bank in the Tri-Cities market.

Green, a commercial lending veteran, will work extensively in the loan department. “Alan is a welcome addition to this family,” states Mark Loudermilk, CEO and President of Foothills Bank and Trust. “His relationship centered approach to banking makes him a perfect fit.”

Green graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and a Master of Business Administration from East Tennessee State University in Johnson City. He then attended Vanderbilt where he received certification from the Southeastern School of Commercial Lending as well as qualifications from Vanderbilt’s Advanced program.

“I’m looking forward to being an integral part of the growth and success of this community and this institution,” states Green, whose ties have always seemed to bring him back to Maryville. “Our daughter was actually delivered seventeen years ago in Maryville by Dr. Sam Evans, who resides on the board! Our family has always loved this area. We would visit quite often and it’s been wonderful to see Maryville grow as it has. Now, to be a part of that, I’m really excited about the possibility.”

Foothills Bank and Trust opened in June of 2007 and is one of two community banks in Blount County. The Main Office is currently located in Foothills Mall at 137 Foothills Mall Drive in Maryville, Tennessee with two other offices at 2430 East Lamar Alexander Parkway and 214 Keller Lane.

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