THOMASVILLE — Staff report
Thomasville National Bank has announced that Haile Parker McCollum has been elected to the bank’s board of directors.
CEO Stephen Cheney stated, “We are thrilled to have Haile as part of our team and know she will be a true asset to TNB. She not only owns a local business, but is very active in our community.”
McCollum has been the owner and art director of Fontaine Maury LLC since 2003. Fontaine Maury develops, documents and launches brands, products and services nationwide. She graduated from Vanderbilt University with a B.S. in Human Development, and Savannah College of Art and Design with a M.F.A. in Graphic Design.
She serves as a board member on the Archbold Foundation Board of Trustees, Archbold Memorial Hospital, Thomasville Center for the Arts and Main Street Thomasville. She serves as the chair of Due South, an annual event presented by Thomasville National Bank to benefit the Thomasville Center for the Arts.
McCollum is married to Ben W. McCollum, owner and broker of The Wright Group. They have two sons, Parker and William, who attend Brookwood School.
TNB President Bert Hodges stated, “Haile’s love for Thomasville is perfectly aligned with our mission of making Thomasville and Thomas County a better place to live and do business. We look forward to working with Haile as a member of our board.”
Thomasville National Bank is a locally owned community bank serving Thomasville and Thomas County. Today, the bank has total assets of over $580 million dollars. The bank was recently recognized by American Banker magazine as one of the top performing banks in the United States. TNB was ranked 36th out of over 7,000 community banks nationwide and the top rated bank in Georgia and the Southeastern United States.