Stephanie P. Moody, most recently a vice president at State Bank & Trust, has joined the staff of Farmers & Merchants Bank in Statesboro.
A career community banker, Moody "started off with a part-time bank job in college and just stuck with it," she said.
During the past 25 years, she has held bank officer positions with diverse responsibilities in and around Bulloch County.
As assistant vice president and operations officer, Moody's responsibilities at FMB include cash management and remote deposits, along with supporting Bank Secrecy Act compliance.
Moody said she "gravitates toward the operations" she's assigned to at FMB.
"Having worked for several years in the banking industry, I look forward to bringing my experience to FMB and making a real difference in the overall customer experience," she said.
A resident of Brooklet, she enjoys helping her neighbors with their banking needs and is proud to be working in a Bulloch County community bank.
Moody is a graduate of Long County High School and also attended Georgia Southern University.
She and her husband Eric have two daughters who attend Brooklet Elementary School and Southeast Bulloch High School.
Founded 68 years ago, FMB is now Bulloch County's only locally owned and managed bank. It offers a full range of consumer and business deposit and credit services.
FMB services are fully available online, and the institution maintains three ATMs, two full-time branch locations in Statesboro and another in Brooklet.