W. Keith Sanford, a 30-year employee of First Tennessee Bank, will become president of the Southeast market this summer.
First Tennessee announced today that Frank Schriner Jr., president of the Southeast market for First Tennessee in Chattanooga, will retire this summer. Schriner will continue his leadership with First Tennessee as chairman of the Southeast advisory board.
“Frank has been an outstanding leader for the employees, customers and communities in Southeast Tennessee,” said Bryan Jordan, chief executive of First Horizon Corp., the parent company of First Tennessee Bank. “We look forward to continuing to work with Frank as he leads our advisory board and support Keith as he continues the great work of our team in Chattanooga.”
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