Amy Still has been named Chief Credit Officer

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Planters First Bank (“PFB”) is pleased to announce that Amy Still has been named Chief Credit Officer. Still will have oversight of PFB’s credit functions where she will be responsible for the bank’s Asset Quality. Still has been in banking for 16 years, most recently in the Macon area. Prior to banking, she was a CPA with a Macon accounting firm. She received a Master of Business Administration from Georgia College and State University in 2007 and a Bachelor of Business Administration, majoring in accounting, from Mercer University in 2001.

Still is married to Josh Still, owner of Water, Wind & Soil, LLC in Gray, Georgia. They have two girls and one boy who are 11-year-old triplets. Still is a member of First Baptist Church in Gray, a member of the Georgia Society of CPAs, and the AICPA.