SouthEast Bank And Trust Sets Ooltewah Grand Opening

Thursday, October 15, 2009

SouthEast Bank and Trust has announced the grand opening of a full-service branch in Ooltewah. The Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce will assist with the grand opening and ribbon cutting on Friday at 8:30 a.m. at the new 9218 Lee Highway location.

Linda Roark, Yvonne Hobbs and Gretchen Collins will serve as vice president, assistant vice president and customer service representative, respectively, of the Ooltewah office.

“Linda, Yvonne and Gretchen bring an enormous amount of experience to SouthEast Bank with their understanding of community banking, the lending knowledge and long-time service to the citizens of the Ooltewah community,” Steve Miller, chairman and CEO of SouthEast Bank said. “We are excited about our expansion into Ooltewah.”

SouthEast Bank and Trust is a locally-owned community bank with offices in McMinn, Meigs, Rhea and Hamilton counties. The bank offers a broad selection of financial products and services from basic checking with real-time online banking to business lending and ACH/Cash Management services.

SouthEast Bank and Trust specializes in consumer and small business banking. In addition to providing financial services to Southeast Tennessee, SouthEast Bank and its employees are very involved in the communities in which they live by providing financial assistance, as well as volunteers for local charitable organizations and schools.


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