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Protecting the health of our customers, employees and communities has been our most important priority as we address the COVID-19 virus. Since our last communication to you, and as we continue to closely monitor and assess the situation, circumstances continue to change rapidly. Social distancing has been determined to be the preferred method for mitigating the spread of the virus. This now warrants the need for us to offer our services via our drive-thru windows, effective Friday, March 20, 2020, until further notice. The procedures at our Nashville office will be somewhat different. Appropriate instructions will be provided upon your arrival.
We remain committed to meeting your banking needs and encourage you to utilize any of the following methods:
Contact your local banker to schedule an appointment for services such as:
We appreciate your cooperation as we all work together to promote safety and good health.
We want you to know that we continue to monitor the spread of the COVID-19 virus and its impact on our employees, customers and communities. The health and welfare of these important constituencies is our number one priority. Remaining informed from the CDC, WHO, state and local health agencies, and the Tennessee Bankers Association are some of the ways we make safe and informed decisions.
Our operations have not been impacted and all branches remain fully functional with regular hours. Of the many procedures to help with prevention, social distancing is an important method of staying healthy. Many businesses around the country and our community are beginning to make adjustments to their normal ways of serving their customers in an effort to reduce the likelihood of the spread of the virus.
In the event we find it necessary to alter our branch operations, please know that your CedarStone Bank family is prepared to continue to serve you. Our detailed Business Continuity and Pandemic Plan prepares us for any possibility.
In order to help you be prepared as well, we encourage you to take full advantage of our electronic services:
If you have not yet enrolled in our online banking, please click here to enroll.
Also, take the time to download the mobile banking app.
If you have these services but are not a regular user, we recommend that you take the time to log in/sign on to verify you are able to access with ease. If you have problems accessing your account(s), please contact your local branch:
Lebanon: (615) 443-1411
Mt. Juliet: (615) 754-1411
Nashville: (615) 874-1444
Just as we do regularly with our employees, we remind you of those important steps to take to help reduce the spread of the virus, such as:
We will continue to keep you informed and please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions.
We wish you continued safety and wellness.
In an effort to serve our customers and employees in the best way possible, CedarStone Bank is addressing the Coronavirus impact. We are monitoring the situation with caution and confidence.
Here are some steps we are taking:
While we do not anticipate any disruptions, we are prepared with a comprehensive Pandemic Plan. As always, and for your convenience, we offer mobile, online, and telephone banking as well as after hours depository for our customers who are avoiding public places.
We wish you all safety and wellness.
CedarStone Bank will not call requesting, debit card numbers, debit card pins, three digit CVV, login credentials or account numbers.
✅ If in doubt of the legitimacy of a call, text or email, contact us directly.
✅ Never provide sensitive personal information to an unsolicited call.
✅ Be aware and don’t fall victim to fraud.
CedarStone Bank will be hosting a community shred day event 📄🗑️🔒 . Please feel free to come by our Lebanon Main Office 🌲 on Saturday, October 5th from 9 am – 12 pm to have any sensitive information shredded securely onsite.
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On Wednesday, May 15, Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage hosted its 119th annual Spring Outing. The event is a wonderful tradition and opportunity to visit the grounds of The Hermitage. Light lunch and champagne were served to the guests in attendance. This year’s keynote speaker was Christine Todd Whitman, former Governor of New Jersey and former head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under former President George W. Bush.
Bob McDonald, President & CEO of CedarStone Bank, Regent of The Andrew Jackson Foundation and Master of Ceremonies for the luncheon remarked, “We had over 350 people in attendance whose support enables us to accomplish our goals of preserving the legacy of Andrew Jackson, our country’s 7th President and Battle of New Orleans war hero.”
Pictured from right is CedarStone Bank President & CEO Bob McDonald, Former Governor Christine Todd Whitman, & Mrs. Susan McDonald.
Congratulations to Derek Southworth of Lebanon High School!
Cedarstone Bank has been proud to co-sponsor the Wilson County Teacher of the Year celebration and to support education in Wilson County. Derek Southworth, an 11th grade U.S. history teacher at Lebanon High School, was recognized alongside 28 of his colleagues for their excellence in teaching. Congratulations to all involved!