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First Tennessee Announces New Financial Center Managers and Relationship Managers



To support growth and expansion, First Tennessee has announced two new Financial Center Managers and two new Relationship Managers in Knoxville, Maryville and Athens.

Melissa Davis has been named a Knoxville-based Small Business Relationship Manager. Davis has almost twenty years of experience in the financial services industry and most recently served as Financial Center Manager of First Tennessee’s Merchants Road location. She attended the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and has served as a Loaned Executive for United Way of Greater Knoxville and currently serves on its Investment Committee. Heather Hoag recently joined First Tennessee as Financial Center Manager for its Merchants Road location, bringing 11 years of banking experience to the role.

Megan Howard-Seaton has been named Private Client Relationship Manager for First Tennessee’s Blount County region. She has five years of experience with First Tennessee in Knoxville and Maryville in a variety of roles, most recently as Financial Services Representative in its Maryville Main Office. She holds a B.S. from Auburn University and Life Insurance and Fixed Annuity Sales licenses. She is a member of the Junior League of Knoxville and has extensive volunteer experience with the Knoxville Chamber, Blount Chamber, Boys and Girls Clubs and Knoxville Young Leaders Society.

Brittni Wright has been named Financial Center Manager for First Tennessee’s Athens Financial Center, having begun with the bank in Chattanooga following a career in the restaurant industry. She holds a B.S. from Tennessee Wesleyan University and a Life Insurance license. She volunteers with the American Red Cross.

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