Great Oaks Bank Welcomes Chris Howe as Middle Georgia Division President

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 18, 2021
Contact: Emily Doherty, Director of Marketing
Phone: 912-445-6875
Email: edoherty@greatoaks.bank

(EASTMAN, GEORGIA)— Great Oaks Bank announced that Andrew “Chris” Howe has joined the bank as Middle Georgia Division President. Chris brings over 25 years of banking and leadership experience in the Middle Georgia market. He will oversee banking operations and growth in middle Georgia, including the Eastman, Cochran, and Rhine offices. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Macon State College and his post-graduate degree from the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University.

Chris and his wife Amy have 2 sons, Landon, 20, an engineering student at Georgia Southern University, and Brayden, 16. Chris is a native of Warner Robins and is actively involved in the community as a member and past President of the Warner Robins Civitan Club, member of the International City Optimist Club, and volunteer for the Warner Robins American Little League.

“We are excited to welcome Chris to our leadership team at Great Oaks Bank. His extensive banking experience and leadership ability will be great assets to the bank, our customers, our employees, and the communities we serve,” said Mike Odom, CEO. “Chris will contribute significantly to our continued growth and success in Middle Georgia.”

About Great Oaks Bank
Like the great oaks that grace our landscape, Great Oaks Bank has deep roots in the communities we serve. We provide warm, friendly, responsive customer service, banking products designed to meet the needs of small businesses and families, and true relationship banking supported by best-in-class technology. Great Oaks Bank has $260 million in total assets with five office locations. Call or stop by one of our convenient offices in Eastman, Cochran, Rhine, Richmond Hill, or Pooler, or visit us at www.GreatOaks.Bank to discover what authentic community banking is all about.

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