David J. Lance, president and CEO of Greater Community Bank, is pleased to announce that Matt Robbins has been promoted to Senior Vice President.
“Matt continues to do an exceptional job for Greater Community Bank,” stated Lance. “He has been instrumental in leading our lending efforts over the last four years and we are fortunate to have a professional who is dedicated to the success of our organization.”
Robbins joined the bank in 2011 as Special Assets Manager. During his tenure, he has held the positions of Special Assets Manager, AVP and VP. He has also served as the Bank’s Senior Lending Officer and will continue to lead the GCB lending team in that role.
“Greater Community Bank has a bright future and I appreciate the confidence that has been placed in me. We have a wonderful team and I look forward to continuing to grow the Bank in the Floyd and Gordon markets,” said Robbins.
Robbins, a native of Calhoun, graduated from Calhoun High School and the University of Georgia, where he played baseball for four years. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics from UGA. He was also one of 168 bankers receiving graduation diplomas from the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University in June of this year. Mr. Robbins was recognized for his outstanding performance in the Bank Management Simulation course during the 2015 session.
In addition to his work at Greater Community Bank, Robbins is a graduate of Leadership Calhoun/Gordon County and Leadership Rome. He is an active member of the Rome Seven Hills Rotary Club. He and his wife Keri have two daughters, Ryan and Greer.
Greater Community Bank is locally owned and operates four offices in the Floyd and Gordon County markets. Member FDIC.