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Greer State Bank   April Riddle Staggs  VP

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Greer State Bank announces the addition of April Riddle Staggs as Vice President and Commercial Lender for the bank.  April brings more than 10 years of business development and customer relationship experience to this position.    

For Greer State Bank, April is responsible for pursuing and obtaining new opportunities in the commercial market for loan products while maintaining loan relationships with existing customers.  April is involved with analyzing loan requests, monitoring the bank’s lending portfolio, and recommending lending solutions based on customer needs within the Greer and surrounding markets.  She will also represent the bank through her participation with numerous community affairs organizations.   

“April is an energetic person with outstanding customer relationship and banking skills,” says Jim Boyd, Senior Vice President and Commercial Lending Manager for Greer State Bank.  “As an experienced lending professional, she understands how to quickly interpret customer needs by matching the right financial solution to their situation.  We are excited to have her on our team.”

April is involved extensively within the Greer community through leadership positions with the Greer Chamber Board of Directors; Greer Community Ministries Board of Directors; and the USC Upstate Alumni Association Advisory Board.  She was the 2012 recipient of the Greer Chamber of Commerce Duke Energy Citizenship and Service Award.  April is also an active member at Fairview Baptist Church.  She earned a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in business from the University of South Carolina Upstate.    

About Greer State Bank

Now in its twenty-fifth year of operations, Greer State Bank serves the greater Greer community with three branch offices and a fourth branch office in the Taylors community.  Greer Bancshares Incorporated trades in the over the counter market and is quoted on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol GRBS.

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