(April 8, 2009), Lebanon, Tennessee—CedarStone Bank announced today that it would host an open house on Thursday, May 7 at 5:00 pm at its headquarters at 900 West Main Street. The open house will mark CedarStone's fifth year in business and will be held in conjunction with the Lebanon/Wilson County Chamber of Commerce. The bank will also hold open house mixers at its locations in Donelson on April 23 and in Mt. Juliet on April 30. The after-hours mixers are open to the community and will include beverages, hors d'oeuvres, and entertainment.
According to CedarStone President and CEO Bob McDonald, "We are thrilled and honored to have served the local community for five years now. We invite people to come by the open house celebrations to give us an opportunity to thank them."
The bank's history began in 2003, when a group of Wilson County business and community leaders met and visualized a new bank that would be known for returning to the basics of banking—friendly, experienced bankers providing superior service to local individuals and businesses. The result has been the creation of a true community bank. CedarStone now has full-service banking locations in Lebanon, Mt. Juliet, and Donelson.
CedarStone’s board of directors includes: Kevin Bay, President of Bay’s Southern Bread, Inc.; Jacqueline Cowden, CEO of Custom Packaging Company; Bob McDonald, President and CEO, CedarStone Bank; Francis Moscardelli, Owner and Managing Partner of PFP, LLC; Donald E. Moser, Chairman of Peoples Bank of Bedford County; Bancroft O’Quinn, Jr., MD, President of Cadbury Properties, Inc., and Medical Director for Cumberland Sleep Consultants; Nelson Steed, Founder of Steed Brothers, Contractors LLP; Paul B. "Brownie" Vantrease, Partner in Dempsey, Vantrease and Follis; Robert L. Wood, Jr., President of RE/MAX Carriage House Real Estate.
For more information about the open house events, call CedarStone Bank at 615/443-1411. Information about CedarStone Bank is available online at www.cedarstonebank.com.
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