Colleen Brothers recently joined First Freedom Bank as customer service representative in the bank's Lebanon office, according to Senior Vice President and Director of Human Resources and Facilities Manager Maliea Oakley.
"Colleen's ties to Wilson County, her educational background and her warm, friendly personality will be an asset to First Freedom and our customers. She is eager to meet our customers and looks forward to assisting them with their financial needs," Oakley said. "We are excited to have Colleen join our First Freedom Bank team and know that she will be a strong addition to our dedicated staff."
Brothers graduated with honors in 2014 from University of Tennessee at Martin with a B.S. degree in farm and ranch management and a minor in communications. In 2012, she also received her American Degree from the National FFA organization. She is a 2010 graduate of Wilson Central High School.
Born and raised in Wilson County, Brothers lives with her husband in the Laguardo area. She stays involved in the community during the summer at the Wilson County Fair, where she assists with the livestock barn.