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FirstBank Announced Two New Hires



FirstBank announced two new hires. John Ley joined FirstBank’s Knoxville market as Senior Vice President and Senior Relationship Manager. In his new role, Ley will be responsible for leading commercial banking services throughout the Knoxville market. Not only does Ley have over 25 years of experience working within the financial and banking space, he is also a “Vol for Life” and deeply committed to bettering the Knoxville community and its people’s financial needs. Andrew Vollman, a long-time resident of Maryville, is joining FirstBank’s West Knoxville market as Vice President and Relationship Manager. With 15 years of banking experience and extensive licensing, Vollman is responsible for strengthening FirstBank’s relationships throughout the community and offering a wide array of solutions including banking, lending, retirement planning, insurance solutions and investment management. 

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