Press Releases

Donelson Press Release

CedarStone Bank, a locally owned and operated community bank headquartered in Lebanon, Tennessee, opened the bank’s Donelson Office on Monday, March 13, 2006.


Wilson County Teacher of the Year Award Dinner

The eighth annual Wilson County Teacher of the Year Award Dinner is set for April 7 as top educators from across the county are honored for their service to the community and their profession.

Wilson County Automotive and CedarStone Bank along with area County Chambers of Commerce team up each year to recognize one of the most valuable profession in our community – our teachers.


Kenneth K. Mattox Promoted at CedarStone

CedarStone Bank announced today the promotion of Kenneth K. Mattox to Senior Vice President.CedarStone Bank announced today the promotion of Kenneth K. Mattox to Senior Vice President. He will continue in his role as Chief Financial Officer.


CedarStone Bank Announces Main Office Plans

Main Office Rendering - CedarStone BankCedarStone Bank has announced plans for its permanent main office to be located in Lebanon at 900 West Main Street. At the corner of West Main Street and Elm Street, this location includes approximately two acres currently consisting of seven parcels of land used for business and residential purposes. Removal of the existing structures and construction will begin in January 2006, with a projected opening date of April 2007.


Hank Stuart Promoted at CedarStone Bank

CedarStone Bank, Wilson County’s newest community bank, announced today the promotion of William H. (Hank) Stuart to Executive Vice President.


Alan Ricketts Joins CedarStone Bank

Alan Ricketts - CedarStone BankCedarstone Bank announced earlier this week the addition of Alan Ricketts to its staff of banking professionals.

Ricketts, formerly a consumer and commerical lender and Regional Manager with First Tennessee Bank in Lebanon, will be located at Cedarstone Bank's Lebanon office in Signature Place just off West Main Street.


CedarStone Bank Prepares to Open Full Service Branch in Donelson/Hermitage

CedarStone Bank, headquartered in Lebanon, announced that it has received all regulatory approvals to open its third full service branch. The new branch will be located in the Donelson/Hermitage community with an expected opening date of February 2006. "We are very excited about this new branch," said CedarStone Bank President and CEO, Bob McDonald. "We are responding to many requests from our customers regarding the opening of a branch in Eastern Davidson County. The location allows us to better serve our growing customer base along the Highway 70 East corridor." Veteran bankers Willie McDonald and Hank Stuart will continue to coordinate the business development efforts.


CedarStone Bank's Tina Winfree Promoted to Senior Vice President

LEBANON – CedarStone Bank employee Tina Winfree has been promoted to Senior Vice President. She will continue to manage the operations of the bank including information technology. “Tina is a real asset to CedarStone Bank. Her unique talent in combining technical skills with the ability to develop relationships with our customers and our community is invaluable,” said CedarStone Bank President and CEO, Bob McDonald. “Tina’s work ethic and talent are evident in every phase of overseeing the daily operations of our bank,” McDonald said.


27 Teachers Nominated For Top Educator Award

The Wilson Post - From staff reports

Tonight one teacher, who will be selected from a nominating pool representing all schools in Wilson County, will be named "Teacher of the Year."

Teachers representing both public and private schools have been nominated for the honor by their peers at the respective schools at which they teach.


John F. Sloan Joins CedarStone

CedarStone Bank announced today the addition of John F. Sloan to the Mt. Juliet office as Vice President for Business Development.


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