Countybank announced that Kevin Duncan, Tremayne Lee, and Dayle Mumford have been appointed Senior Vice President by the Countybank Board of Directors.
Duncan, Greer City Executive, joined Countybank in 2017 and is responsible for leading the commercial banking team and related activities within the Greer market area. He has more than 15 years of experience in the banking industry. Prior to joining Countybank, Duncan was an LPL Financial Consultant and Private Banker with Greer State Bank. He holds Series 63 – Uniform Securities and Series 6 – Investment Company Products licenses. Duncan also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from the University of South Carolina and is a graduate of Leadership Greer and the Emerging Leaders Program. He currently serves as a director on the Greer Development Corporation Board as well as The Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce Board.
“Kevin’s commitment to the community and Countybank is readily apparent to all,” said Andy Westbrook, Executive Vice President, Commercial Banking Manager for Countybank. “Kevin credits his strong team as a being a key component to his recent promotion. Together they have accomplished a great deal by thoughtfully serving our clients and adding significant value to the Greer community.”
Lee, Financial Controller, joined Countybank in 1999 and is responsible for the financial operations of the organization. This includes managing the accounting department as well as establishing and executing internal controls over the company’s accounting records, financial procedures, and budgets to mitigate risk. He is also responsible for regulatory reporting to the FDIC and Federal Reserve Board. Lee has more than 23 years of experience in the financial industry. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Lander University and is a South Carolina Bankers School graduate. Lee participated in the Leadership Greenwood program and has served on various civic and charitable organization boards, including the South Carolina Bankers Association and Young Bankers Council.
“Strong financial operations are a key component to our organization’s success, particularly when it comes to safety and soundness,” said Annette Scott, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer. “I have had the pleasure of working with Tremayne for more than 20 years, and his expertise to oversee the financial reporting for the bank is solid.”
Mumford, Professional and Executive Banking Relationship Manager, joined Countybank in 2001 and is responsible for developing new professional and executive banking relationships as well as helping existing clients with their financial needs. She has more than 30 years of experience in the banking industry. Mumford previously served as Financial Center Manager for Countybank where she was responsible for overseeing financial center operations and managing consumer loans. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Lander University and is a South Carolina Bankers School and Leadership Greenwood graduate. Mumford also serves on the Greenwood Arts Council Board, is a member of the Lander Alumni Board, is a past chair of Uptown Greenwood Development Corporation, and has served as a Friends of Hospice volunteer for many years.
“Dayle is a great asset to Countybank, and I have enjoyed working with her for the past 21 years,” said David Tompkins, Senior Vice President, Greenwood Market Executive for Countybank. “Dayle works hard for her clients and is fun to work with. She understands what it is to be a community banker, and I am glad she is on our team.”