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CBC Bank Promotes Taylor Biddle to Business Banking Sales Manager

Chief Lending Officer and Senior Vice President, Ryan Warren, is excited to announce the promotion of Taylor Biddle as our Business Banking Sales Manager. Taylor began his banking career over 15 years ago at Regions Bank serving as a Lending Assistant and quickly moving up to a Commercial Lender. In 2008, he joined the CBC Bank team where he has worked as Commercial Lender and First Vice President for over 13 years, quickly building a solid reputation as a trusted lender at our bank and in our community. On many occasions Biddle has stated, “If you’re not taking care of your clients, somebody else will.” Having this mentality has largely contributed to his success in banking and lending.

In his new role as our Business Banking Sales Manager, Taylor will be leading CBC Bank’s new Business Banking Department that will focus on building relationships within our businesses community through product expansion to include not only loans but deposits, cash management and investments. “Taylor’s production has been a key part of CBC’s recent success and I am excited for the opportunity he has to lead CBC Bank in a new and more focused role as Business Banking Sales Manager,” states Warren.

Taylor Biddle holds a BBA in Management from Valdosta State University and is a 2018 graduate of the GBA University of Georgia Banking School. After graduating from college, he immediately started his career in banking and now has over 15 years of experience in the industry. He is heavily involved in the Valdosta community, serving in many organizations. Taylor is a board member of the Azalea City Civic Club, member of Park Avenue United Methodist Church, and past member of the Greater Valdosta United Way board and the VSU Alumni Association. He is married to his wife Kirby and has two boys.

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