Kelly Schrader Named Manager Of East Ridge Banking Center For First Horizon Bank

Thursday, January 6, 2022
First Horizon Bank has named Kelly Schrader as manager of First Horizon banking center in East Ridge.

The financial services veteran brings more than 15 years of experience to her role with the Bank.  Ms. Schrader began her career in retail financial services in Omaha, Ne., where she served in many roles, including vice president and regional bank director. She later served as senior client relations manager at Haberfield Associates before joining First Horizon.  

Ms.
Schrader said, “I absolutely love helping people in my personal and professional life. I am very excited to work with the amazing team in East Ridge and am looking forward to working alongside the great leadership team I have joined. I’m very grateful for this opportunity.”

“We are thrilled to have Kelly as our manager in East Ridge. Her plethora of experience and training make her the perfect fit for this role and we’re very pleased to have her as a member of the First Horizon team,” said Jay Dale, Chattanooga market president. 

Originally from Omaha, Ms. Schrader received her bachelor’s degree in business finance from University of Nebraska at Omaha. She, her husband and their four kids relocated to southeast Tennessee in 2017.  When not at the bank, she serves as a mentor for TNAchieves and is active in her local church. The Schrader family enjoys traveling and outdoor activities like boating and camping.

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