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CresCom Bank Announces Hires, Promotions

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Mar 13, 2018
Erik Gray
CresCom Bank, a community bank in North and South Carolina, has named Erik Gray as a new commercial loan officer and a vice president.
 
Based at the Wilmington branch, Gray is responsible for managing commercial loans and deposits for customers throughout the area, according to the release.

Before joining CresCom Bank, Gray worked as a senior vice president in commercial banking. He holds a bachelor's degree from N.C. State University. 
 
“Please join CresCom Bank in welcoming Erik as our new commercial loan officer,” said David Morrow, CEO of CresCom Bank, in the release. “With his background and expertise, we know Erik will serve the bank and the North Carolina community well.”
 
CresCom Bank also announced the addition of Samantha Wescott to its team as a full-time customer service representative in Holden Beach. Prior to joining the bank, she worked as a teller at BB&T.

Mariah Hayes, manager of the Shallotte office, was promoted to assistant vice president. She joined the bank in December 2014 in a customer service role and was shortly promoted to manager.

And Kim Felts was also promoted to a vice president. She has served as CresCom Bank Southport branch manager since 2014.

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