Corey Samples Named Banking Center Manager At First Horizon Bank In Cleveland

Friday, August 27, 2021
First Horizon Bank, a member of the First Horizon Corp. family of companies, has named Corey Samples as banking center manager, assistant vice president of the 25th Street banking center in Cleveland.

Mr. Samples has been with First Horizon since October 2019, and has worked in financial services for over 13 years.

“I am so excited and honored to take on my new role at First Horizon,” said Mr. Samples. “First Horizon is committed to providing the best service to our clients and communities, and I will be sure to continue to do so. I’m am thrilled to serve the clients of Cleveland and look forward to doing so for many years to come.”

As banking center manager, Mr.
Samples manages all aspects of the customer experience, as well as operations of the center. He also helps clients achieve their financial goals, such as building their savings through bill consolidation and helping them grow their money by partnering with the local First Horizon Advisor.

“I am thrilled to have Corey in this new role. He works hard to provide the best experiences for our customers and is always willing to go the extra mile to make sure they are getting what they need, and that is something we value,” said Cleveland Market President Bill Martin. “Corey brings many years of experience, including management experience, to this position and that makes him a great asset to our team.” 

A Cleveland native, Mr. Samples has an associates of applied science degree in business and management from Cleveland State. He enjoys spending time with his wife and two children and also loves playing golf as much as possible.

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