Special Events

Security Bank Board of Directors Donate in Honor of Employees

The Security Bank Board of Directors donated $1,000 to the Rotary’s Christmas for Kids event in honor of all our Security Bank employees this Christmas season. We love our directors and how much they care about our community!

                                         Rotary 2017

Equifax Breach Resources

Equifax Breach

Trojan 200 Club Recognizes Students for Going Above and Beyond

John Young and Megan Brock of Security Bank enjoyed treating this great group of Dyersburg Middle Schoolers to lunch at El Patio! All of those who attended were awarded "golden tickets" by their teachers for doing something above and beyond! Keep up the good work!

                                         Trojan 200 2017

Security Bank Sponsors Dyer County Youth Leadership Program

Security Bank and The Dyersburg/Dyer County Chamber of Commerce are proud to announce they have partnered together to sponsor the Dyer County Youth Leadership Program. The opportunity arose for Security Bank to become the main sponsor of the program, and we were ecstatic to commit to the future of our community through time and finances. Security Bank has been a long-time sponsor of the Dyersburg/Dyer County Chamber of Commerce and the Dyer County Adult Leadership Program. Sponsoring the Youth Leadership Program allows us to reach even more of Dyer County’s residents in hopes of creating a lasting footprint in the community.

                                          Youth Leadership

Security Bank Joins ICBA for Meeting with President Trump

Washington, D.C. (May 5, 2017)—Jennifer Nunley, Executive Vice President and COO, Security Bank, Dyersburg, TNjoined more than 100 community bankers and the Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA) on May 1 for a meeting with President Donald Trump and other top administration officials at the White House as part of the 2017 ICBA Capital Summit. In the meeting with President Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, NEC Director Gary Cohn and Small Business Administration chief Linda McMahon, Trump said the administration is focused on addressing regulatory burdens to help community banks lend to small businesses.

“Security Bank was deeply honored to be invited to attend the historic meeting, where the president reiterated his support for community banking,” said Nunley. “Security Bank was proud to be in Washington to advocate on behalf of our industry so we can continue to serve our community and be a powerful job creator and economic engine right here in Dyer County.”

During the meeting community bankers presented President Trump with a red “Make Community Banking Great Again” cap. In attendance at the meeting were community bankers from ICBA’s Executive Committee, board of directors, Federal Delegate Board, and policy committees.

More than 1,000 community bankers were in Washington for ICBA’s Capital Summit to discuss critical issues facing community banks and their communities, such as excessive regulatory burdens that affect their ability to serve their customers, make loans and create jobs. The industry’s solution to the regulatory burden problem—ICBA’s Plan for Prosperity—is a pro-growth platform to eliminate onerous and unnecessary regulatory burdens that inhibit lending and innovation.

The summit features meetings this week with policymakers, remarks from speakers such as Secretary Mnuchin and House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas), and the first-ever ICBA Future of Banking Symposium, which offers insights into the future of the rapidly changing community banking industry.

“The nation’s community banks are dedicated to fostering local economic and job growth by serving the consumers and small businesses in their communities,” said ICBA Chairman Scott Heitkamp, president and CEO of ValueBank Texas in Corpus Christi, Texas. “Unfortunately, one-size-fits-all regulations are preventing community banks from lending and promoting prosperity at the local level. ICBA looks forward to continuing to work with President Trump, his administration and Congress to advance common-sense reforms that will help unleash the economic power of community banks.”

More information about ICBA’s Capital Summit, Future of Banking Symposium, and Plan for Prosperity is available on the ICBA website.

About ICBA
The Independent Community Bankers of America®, the nation’s voice for more than 5,800 community banks of all sizes and charter types, is dedicated exclusively to representing the interests of the community banking industry and its membership through effective advocacy, best-in-class education and high-quality products and services. For more information, visit ICBA’s website at www.icba.org.

                                              Jennifer ICBA

Nunley Speaks to American Business Women's Association About Leaving a Legacy

Jennifer Nunley, Executive Vice President and COO of Security Bank, was honored to speak at the local American Business Women's Association luncheon. She spoke about leaving a legacy of love and helping others. Jennifer does that daily at Security Bank and in her community! Thanks for your positive spirit and beautiful comments, Jennifer!

                                           Jennifer ABWA Talk

Dyersburg Middle School Honors Day Fun

Security Bank employee Trae Baker and German Exchange Student Johannes Stahl had a blast hanging out with the students at Dyersburg Middle School during their Honors Party. They helped pass out ice cream and provide door prizes for all the awesome boys and girls who got honor roll and golden honor roll for the 3rd Nine Weeks. Great job kids!!!!

                                                Trae DMS

Tetleton and Cozart Promoted to Vice Presidents

Congratulations to Pam Tetleton and Laneta Cozart for being promoted to Vice Presidents at Security Bank! These are two outstanding employees of our institution who make serving our customers their passion!

                                                      Laneta and Pam

Young and Joyner Promoted to Senior Vice Presidents

David Hayes, President and CEO of Security Bank, announced the promotion of John Young to Senior Vice President-Dyer County Retail Market Executive and Bill Joyner to Senior Vice President-Gibson County Retail Market Executive. Young and Joyner will be concentrating on growing Security Bank’s business and broadening the bank’s client focus. Congratulations to both of these worthy, hard working guys!

   John Y New   Bill New

Nunley Awarded Dyersburg Dyer County Distinguished Woman of the Year

Congratulations to our very own Jennifer Nunley!! She was recognized as the Distinguished Woman of the Year at the Dyersburg Dyer County Chamber Banquet on January 28th. We couldn't be prouder of you Jennifer!

                                              Jennifer Woman of Year