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Diane Dugger named manager at CC Bank, Broad St. Branch

Andrew McKeehan, President of Carter County Bank, announces that Diane Dugger has joined the bank as the new Branch Manager for their Broad Street location.  
McKeehan said, “I am thrilled to have Diane join our team. Diane is an experienced banker who has spent the majority of her career assisting the residents of Carter County. Her knowledge and professionalism will be a tremendous asset to our Broad Street location.”
Diane has been in banking for 28 years.
Carter County Bank is a locally owned, community bank. Carter County Bank is a division of Bank of Tennessee with $1.1 billion in assets. 

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