Southern Heritage names Miller center president

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Posted 11/12/17

Lee Stewart, East Tennessee Market regional president for Southern Heritage Bank, a division of First Citizens National Bank, recently named Craig Miller as Financial Center president for the …

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Southern Heritage names Miller center president

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Lee Stewart, East Tennessee Market regional president for Southern Heritage Bank, a division of First Citizens National Bank, recently named Craig Miller as Financial Center president for the Chattanooga location.


Stewart states, “We believe in perpetual investing when it comes to teammates. We are very proud to welcome Craig to our team. He has 12 years of banking experience and will bring much value to Southern Heritage Bank.”


Miller is heavily involved in the Chattanooga community. He is a graduate of Leadership Chattanooga, Founder and director of Back two Basics (B2B), member of Hamilton Place Rotary Club and the Chairman of the Member Connect Committee for Chattanooga Regional Manufacturers Association.


In addition to community service, he enjoys spending time outdoors, going on mission trips, playing golf and engaging in men’s ministry activities. He currently resides in Hixson, with his wife and two children.


You may contact Craig Miller by calling 423-499-4926 or emailing cmiller@ssouthernheritagebank.com.


First Citizens National Bank, headquartered in Dyersburg, with 23 locations throughout Tennessee, is a full service community bank with approximately $1.6 billion in assets offering deposit, lending, wealth management, cash management, trust, insurance, and investments.


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