Debbie Lannom recently joined First Freedom Bank as an administrative assistant, according to John Bradshaw, executive vice president, chief operating officer and director of First Freedom Bank.
“We are excited to have Debbie as part of First Freedom family. She brings with her many years of experience and commitment to customer service to further enhance our customers’ experience. We are fortunate to have her,” said Bradshaw.
Lannom was most recently employed by the Tennessee Army National Guard, where she worked as an assistant case manager. She has more than 20 years of management experience and previously also worked in a number of support and customer service roles including assistant human resources director, executive assistant and operations supervisor. She has received several awards, including 10 outstanding manager awards, service excellence employee of the year and a distinguished sales award.
Originally from Nashville, she has been a resident of Wilson County since 1983, where she lives with her husband, Mark, and her son, Ethan, who is in graduate school at Middle Tennessee State University. Lannom is a member of Maple Hill Church of Christ.
First Freedom Bank, headquartered in Wilson County, was established in 2006. A full-service, community bank, First Freedom Bank offers personal and commercial banking services from three locations in Wilson County and employs more than 50 people. First Freedom Bank has assets in excess of $270 million and is owned by more than 1,100 shareholders from Wilson and surrounding counties. First Freedom Bank is member of the Better Business Bureau, an Equal Housing Lender and Member FDIC.