Lifetime Service Awards
Community Bankers Association of Georgia (CBA) is proud to honor bankers who have reached a significant milestone in the banking industry with the Lifetime Service Awards. CBA pays tribute to bankers reaching a milestone of 30, 40 or 50 years in the community banking industry. Additionally, CBA will honor those who are planning to retire in this calendar yearwith 30 or more years of service in the community banking industry. The presentation will be made during the Annual Meeting & Trade Show or during a special event at the employee’s bank.
Each recipient will be honored by CBA through the following:
If you know a community banker who will reach the milestone of 30, 40 or 50 years of banking experience this year and a proven record in excellent community involvement, please contact Jeremy Thomens or call the CBA office at (770) 541-4490. You may also find more details on this recognition program and submit names online by completing the form to the right of this page.
Nominations should be submitted by the bank’s President and/or CEO and should include detailed information on the individual’s accomplishments. Select Lifetime Service Award applicants will be recognized based on their commitment to the banking industry and service to their customers and community.
2018 Lifetime Award Recipients
The Community Bankers Association of Georgia (CBA) is proud to honor community bankers who have served 30, 40 or 50 years in the banking industry. Most of the 2018 Lifetime Service Awards were presented during the Chairmen’s Banquet held at CBA’s 50th Anniversary Convention (a combined meeting of the Leadership Division and CBA’s Annual Convention & Trade Show). All of this year’s honorees are featured below.
The CBA is extremely grateful to these individuals who have served as role models to the banking community. Honoring them is a small token of the CBA’s appreciation for their efforts to the banking industry.
“Georgia is fortunate to have such an impressive number of community bankers who have reached these milestones. It’s our pleasure to honor the men and women who have served the banking needs of their communities and lent their expertise to a new generation of community bankers throughout their careers,” stated Rob Braswell, President & CEO of the Community Bankers Association of Georgia.