Drew Holbrook is an LSU banking graduate

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Posted 6/17/18

Drew Holbrook, Vice President and Commercial Lender at Athens Federal Community Bank, recently achieved the distinction of graduating from the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State …

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Drew Holbrook is an LSU banking graduate

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Drew Holbrook, Vice President and Commercial Lender at Athens Federal Community Bank, recently achieved the distinction of graduating from the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University.


Over 16,000 executives have successfully completed the program which is held each spring on the LSU campus in Baton Rouge.


The School’s purpose is to fill the need for graduate level study by bank officers leading toward a broader knowledge and understanding of major banking functions.


Holbrook joined Athens Federal in 2017 as a member of the management team with commercial lending concentration in the McMinn County market.


He brought an extensive financial services background with more than 13 years of experience in the banking industry, serving the citizens, small business owners and commercial developers of McMinn County and the surrounding area since beginning his career in 2004.


A McMinn County native, Holbrook graduated from McMinn Central High School and the University of Tennessee Knoxville with a bachelor’s degree in finance. 


Holbrook is married to Erin, who is employed with DENSO Manufacturing in Athens, and the couple has a son, Andrew “Alton” Jr.        


“We are certainly proud of Drew and appreciate his hard work in achieving this notable distinction among his colleagues. We value Drew and the expertise he brings to our management team at Athens Federal,” commented Jeff Cunningham, president and CEO of Athens Federal Community Bank.


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