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Clayton Bank opens


Clayton Bank opened a full-service banking office, 11820 Kingston Pike, Monday, May 4.

“Now with three offices in the area, our valued clients in West Knoxville and Farragut will enjoy greater convenience,” said Jerry Cooksey, Sr. VP and CFO.

Jim Clayton stated, “Our current and future clients will enjoy Keith Hickey, manager, Nancy Bosson, customer service officer, and our friendly staff who will represent the Clayton Banking family well.”

Clayton Bank and Trust has plans to continue to expand its footprint in East Tennessee. “We are delighted that the Greater Knoxville community is supporting the area’s only truly local family-owned bank, just as they have the Clayton home and auto enterprises founded as a small used car lot on Clinton Highway by Joe and me over 50 years ago. The success of our bank confirms again that East Tennessee is truly the best place in the world to build and operate a family business,” Clayton said.


“The Clayton Bank and Clayton Foundation are committed to fund, support and promote development of Tennessee communities where the family businesses have enjoyed success,”Clayton added.

“We happily devote our time and resources to cheerleading the terrific Bank and Foundation teams who share the mission to support education, health, economic growth and job creation in the communities where we are blessed to reside and work,” Clayton’s wife, Kay, said.

Knoxville-based Clayton Bank and Trust is a 100-percent Clayton owned community bank focused on responding with quick local decisions to all business, family and individual banking requests.

With 12 offices in seven cities, the growing bank has assets of $576 million and 150 team members who provide an array of deposit, loan, mortgage and trust services across Tennessee.

 

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