Posted: Monday, June 10th 2013 at 2:37pm
Cleveland's Greene installed as board member for GBA
ATLANTA – Marc J. Greene, president and CEO of Mountain Valley Bancshares Inc., and CEO of Mountain Valley Community Bank, Cleveland, Ga., has been elected by his peers in Georgia to serve a two-year term on the board of directors of the Georgia Bankers Association (GBA).
Stan Kryder, president and CEO, Midtown Bank & Trust Company, Atlanta, and GBA chairman said, "We welcome Marc to the board and are excited about benefiting from his extensive experience and valuable perspective. He will serve our industry and association well.”
A native of Louisiana, Greene is a graduate OF Southeastern Louisiana University where he earned a degree in Business Agriculture. In addition, he is an honor graduate of the University of Oklahoma Commercial Lending School.
Greene began his banking career at Federal Land Bank of New Orleans. In 1983, Greene joined First Guaranty Bank in Hammond, La., where he worked until 1990. He joined Pickens County Bank that same year and remained at the bank until 1996. Later in 1996, Greene joined the First National Bank of White County, which later became Regions Bank. In 2003, Greene began to assist with the formation of Mountain Valley Community Bank, where he currently sits on the board of directors.
Greene has a history of service to GBA having served on the GBA’s Community Bankers Committee.
Greene currently serves on the White County Industrial Development Authority and the White County Building Development Authority.
About the Georgia Bankers Association:
Founded in 1892, the Georgia Bankers Association promotes the general welfare and usefulness of banking and the preservation of a sound banking system. For 121 years, the GBA has provided Georgia’s banks with top-quality professional development, revenue-enhancing products and services, government relations and public advocacy.
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