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First Bank & Trust Company Welcomes Luke Johnson to Bristol, Tennessee

First Bank & Trust Company Welcomes Luke Johnson to Bristol, Tennessee

First Bank & Trust Company, a diversified financial services firm with assets of $2.6 billion, announced that Luke Johnson has been appointed as Assistant Vice President and Loan Officer in Bristol, Tennessee.


Luke Johnson has 12 years of experience in banking, most recently with Carter Bank & Trust, where he served as the Southwest Virginia Area Manager. In his new role with First Bank & Trust Company, Johnson will provide commercial and consumer lending solutions to businesses and individuals in the Tri-Cities region. Johnson said, “I am privileged to be a part of the First Bank and Trust team. I am very much looking forward to contributing to our growth in the Tri-Cities and serving the community that I call home.”

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Luke Johnson graduated from King University in Bristol, Tennessee, where he received his Master’s in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance and Marketing. Johnson currently resides with his wife, Sara Beth, in Kingsport, Tennessee.

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First Bank and Trust Company, one of the top community banks in the United States, is a diversified financial services firm with office locations throughout southwest Virginia and the New River and Shenandoah Valleys of the state. First Bank and Trust Company also operates locations throughout northeast Tennessee. Financial solutions are addressed by offering free checking products for personal and business accounts, savings, money market and time deposit accounts. Lending solutions are managed by mortgage, agricultural and commercial lending divisions. Comprehensive wealth management solutions are available through trust and brokerage service representatives.

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