Oconee State Bank Announces Promotions

Staff Report From Athens CEO

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

Josh Collins has been promoted to Assistant Vice President of Culture at OSB, to continue crafting an environment that fosters growth of team members, both professionally and personally. Collins’ dedication and success to internal and external customer service makes him ideal for promoting culture bank-wide.

Collins will be moving out of the role of Main Office Financial Center Manager, and Kerrie Bramlett will transition to the Main Office. Bramlett has served as a Vice President (VP) and Financial Center Manager at OSB for the past 15 years, most previously at the Bogart location. Trevor Booth, who has served as an Assistant Financial Manager since his hire, is being promoted to AVP and Financial Center Manager at the Bogart Office.

Booth has extensive prior banking experience and is perfectly poised to step into this new role. His experience in business development, sales, and customer onboarding will prove valuable as the North Oconee market continues to expand.

“Josh Collins is very passionate about our Vision, Mission, and Values and will do a great job infusing all three into every facet of our culture. Kerrie has served as a Financial Center Manager at Oconee State Bank for over 15 years. With her tenure and experience, the transition to the Main Office Financial Center will positively impact our customers and our team, while maintaining the high standard of service Josh leaves behind. Albeit, Trevor Booth has big shoes to fill from Kerrie’s transition to Main Office, his promotion to AVP and Financial Center Manager of our Bogart Financial Center, will continue to allow us to be essential to the lives, businesses, and communities we serve. In their new roles, all three will create remarkable experiences that significantly mark the lives of our team, our customers, our community, and all stakeholders,” says Cristi Donahue, SVP and Director of Retail Banking.