Business: Mannino Joins Greater Community Bank as chief financial officer. Chamber updates: Economic development snapshot, Expo preview.

Business: Mannino Joins Greater Community Bank as chief financial officer. Chamber updates: Economic development snapshot, Expo preview.

Tony Mannino Joins Greater Community Bank as Chief Financial Officer.

 

Media release: Anthony “Tony” Mannino has been named Chief Financial Officer of Greater Community Bank. “Tony brings an impressive 18 years of financial and operational experience to our team,” said David J. Lance, President and CEO.  “I am confident that his expertise will be an asset to the bank.”

Most recently, Mannino served as an Independent Financial Consultant in Atlanta. Prior to that time, he has held the positions of Head of Accounting and Finance, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and Managing Director.

“I have been enthusiastically welcomed and I am eager for the opportunity to be a part of a highly successful banking team,” Mannino stated. “I am inspired by the prospect of lending my experience to help the bank continue to exceed its goal of providing superior service to both current and future clients”.

Mannino holds a B.S. in Business Administration and Accounting from Florida State University and is a professionally designated C.P.A. In addition, Mannino has previously served as Chairman of the Georgia Community Bankers Association Financial Managers Forum and is a member of the Georgia Society of C.P.A.’s.

He and his wife, Leslie, reside in Brookhaven, GA. They have two children and three grandchildren.


Updates from the Rome Floyd Chamber: Monday’s email alert from the chamber featured a snapshot on economic development efforts in the community since January of this year. Note 18 visits to the community in around 10 months; 58 inquiries and 100 overall leads.

Also, congratulations to Heather Seckman, Director of Economic Development at the Rome Floyd Chamber, who has been named chair for the Business Retention and Expansion Committee of the Georgia Economic Developers Association. Seckman has been a member of the association since 2004.

And on Monday’s Hometown Headlines Radio Edition on WRGA 98.7 FMMoriah Medina of Cartridge World outlined the Nov. 2 Business Expo at the Forum. One hundred area businesses have reserved booth space for the event, which is from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Also, parking will be free at the Third Avenue deck. New this year: Expo exhibitors will be able to see some of their products from the booth. For more, click Expo.

 

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