Mike Stover, a 35-year veteran of the banking industry, has been named as a vice president of Greater Community Bank. “Banking is a very competitive business, and we compete every day to be our customer’s first choice,” said Stover. “I am honored to have established many wonderful relationships over the years.”
“Mike joined our team in 2013, serving as a commercial lending officer and special assets manager,” said David J. Lance, president and CEO. “He has shown a true dedication to the bank, and we are extremely happy to award him with this promotion.”
Over the years, Stover has held the position of vice president at several financial institutions, serving both consumer and commercial loan portfolios, while also gaining experience in mortgage lending. Stover has also served as a senior relationship manager and city executive.
Stover is a graduate of both the Georgia School of Banking and the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University. He also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Jacksonville State University.
He has been an active member of the Floyd County Wildlife Association for the past twenty years and is currently serving as secretary. He is a past member of the Rome Kiwanis Club, where he served as president and secretary.
He and his wife, Angela, reside in Rome and are members of Pleasant Valley South Baptist Church. They have one daughter, Jordan Stover.