Dyer County Relay for Life Draws in Hundreds
The Dyer County Relay for Life event helped raise money for such a worthy cause close to all of us! Security Bank participated in the 2015 event on May 30th with tons of other businesses in Dyer County. Thanks to everyone who went above and beyond to make the event such a great success!
Proud to be a "Community Hero"
The McIver's Grant Public Library's Kickoff for the Summer Reading Program was a huge success yesterday! Security Bank was proud to be a sponsor and recognized as a "Community Hero." Reading is very important to us, as is our amazing library and it's staff!
Security Bank Recognized by United Way
Security Bank was honored to be on the United Way of West Tennessee's Top 40 Giving Companies list and a Corporate Sponsor. There were 7 companies from Dyer County in the Top 40 listing! We are proud to be recognized with such an outstanding group of caring individuals.
The YMCA Summer Camp Tours Security Bank
The YMCA Summer Camp took a tour of Security Bank recently. They learned about checking and savings accounts, loans, and debit and credit cards. We love teaching children how to save!
Trimble Elementary Celebrates a Successful Year!
The students at Trimble Elementary recently celebrated their hard work and success with a 5th Grade Picnic! Security Bank was proud to sponsor the event for the children. We know how much effort they all put forth on a day to day basis, and we couldn't be more excited for our future generation!
Security Bank Cooks for Retiring Teachers
Congratulations to the teachers who are retiring from the Dyersburg City Schools! The Security Bank grill team was honored to cook for them. Thank you for your dedication to our children's education for so many years!
Read Around Town Attracts Numerous Children
McIver's Grant Public Library hosted their annual Read Around Town event for Dr. Seuss's birthday on March 2nd. John Young, Vice President of Security Bank, took part in the event by reading to the children. The event attracts children and adults from all over Dyer County. Overall the night was a great success!!
Security Bank Announces Employee Promotions to Operations Officer
David Hayes, President and CEO of Security Bank, announced today the promotion of four Security Bank employees to Operations Officer positions. “Part of any successful organization is to groom its future leaders. These employees join others that have shown great leadership in making Security Bank a leader in our industry and in our community. We congratulate them on their many contributions to our organization. It is a pleasure for me to work alongside them in helping our customers accomplish their dreams, said Hayes.”
Trae Baker----Trae currently works in loan operations and has been handling impairment analysis, performing property evaluations, and working on financial analysis review, CRA and Fair Lending. In each of these roles, he has done an outstanding job. He was also named CRA officer in 2014. Trae attended University of Tennessee at Martin where he received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and his MBA. Trae also graduated from Barret School of Banking in Memphis. In his spare time, Trae participates in Relay for Life, Feed the Need, Union Mission Christmas boxes, United Way, and the Community Cancer Fund BBQ. He and his wife Melissa attend Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Emily Davis---Emily is an important part of the Technical Support area of Security Bank and the Security Bancorp holding company. She provides support and product expertise for the systems that support the entire organization. Emily received her Associates degree in Managing Information System from Dyersburg State Community College. Her many honors include Security Support Person of the Year and several Above and Beyond awards. In addition to a busy schedule at Security Bank, Emily volunteers with the Kiwanis Goodfellows food boxes and Sorghum Valley Christmas. She is a graduate of Dyer County Leadership. She and her husband Jimmy Joe have two sons, Gunner and Gavin.
Alana Lovins---- Alana handles the reconcilements and cash management functions for Security Bank’s sister banks in the Security Bancorp holding company. She is also responsible for Accounts Payable for one of those organizations. Alana received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from University of Tennessee at Martin. She is very involved in the community by participating in Relay for Life, Mission March, Kiwanis Goodfellows food boxes, March of Dimes, Feed the Need, Walk Across Tennessee, and Women in Networking. She and her husband Greg have one son, Evan, and attend Parr Avenue Church of Christ.
Carin Nash-----Carin works in Security Bank’s E-Banking group supporting, not only Security Bank but also the other five banks in the Security Bancorp holding company, with customer inquiries related to internet banking, Bill Pay, ATM/Debit cards and credit cards, merchant capture clients, and ACH origination clients. Carin attended Dyersburg State Community College. In her time at Security Bank, Carin has received Above and Beyond awards and the Operations Team of the Year award. Carin is very active in the community with service activities including March of Dimes, Relay for life, Mission March, and Sorghum Valley. She and her husband Nick have one daughter, McKinley. They are members of Fairview Baptist Church in Newbern.
March for Babies!
We enjoyed participating in the March of Dimes March for Babies event on September 27th at Okeena Park in Dyersburg. We raised over $1500.00 to help in the fight against premature babies. One day, we hope all babies will be born healthy and happy!
We LOVE Fair Week!
Security Bank is proud to sponsor Special Needs Day and the Century Farmer's Dinner at the Dyer County Fair. The Dyer County Fair is one of the top fairs in the whole state, and we are blessed to help make it that way. We love feeding the special needs children in our community each year as well as feeding the farm families who have been in Dyer County for over 100 years.
It's Graduation Time for Two of Security Bank's Own
Congratulations to Pam Tetleton and Chasity Norville! They are the recent graduates of Paul J. Barret, Jr. Graduate School of Banking. After completing three years of banking related curriculum, they graduated with sixty other classmates in Memphis, TN. All graduates received 125 hours of classroom instruction and prepared in-depth reports in eight areas of study.
Teaching Children to Save
The faster we can teach our children to save, the better our future will be! Security Bank recently participated in a UT Extension Project promoting money savings and the benefits of starting at an early age. We had a blast going to Dyersburg Primary School and making savings banks with the Second Grade Students. They were so creative and eager to start saving their money. Security Bank even gave them all a gold dollar to start their saving plan off right!