First Tennessee Bank Names Lebron Womack Senior Commercial Relationship Manager

Monday, January 7, 2019
Lebron Womack
Lebron Womack

First Tennessee Bank, a member of the First Horizon National Corp. (NYSE:FHN) family of companies, announced that Lebron Womack has been named senior commercial relationship manager of the bank’s commercial group in the Chattanooga market.

Mr. Womack will be responsible for the acquisition, retention, and expansion of First Tennessee Bank’s commercial business clients. He will build client relationships and oversee portfolio growth. In addition, he will ensure continuity of high quality service, product delivery, and responsiveness to client needs.

“For years, Lebron has worked as a successful senior business banking relationship manager for the bank, earning multiple Diamond Circle Awards,” said Chattanooga market president, Jay Dale. “Attracting and retaining the best talent is key to our success and reliability. Lebron exemplifies the standard of service and expertise we strive to provide to all of our clients.”

With a career in the banking industry spanning over two decades, Mr. Womack joined First Tennessee Bank in 2012, most recently serving as a senior business banking relationship manager.

“I am honored to have the opportunity to expand our relationships in a market I know so well.” Mr. Womack said. “At First Tennessee Bank, we believe in the power of relationships and the growth they bring.”

Mr. Womack received his bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He recently served as the board president for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga and enjoys volunteering his time with several nonprofit organizations. He and his wife Kimberly make their home in Ooltewah, with their three daughters Grace, Catherine, and Claire.


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