Angel Lee named Greater Community Bank’s Cartersville branch manager. 21 area Eagle Scouts honored by Marines. Dempsey part of children’s behavioral health virtual conference.

Angel Lee named Greater Community Bank’s Cartersville branch manager. 21 area Eagle Scouts honored by Marines. Dempsey part of children’s behavioral health virtual conference.

Angel Lee


The Board of Directors of Greater Community Bank welcome Angel Lee as the new Branch Manager in GCB’s growing Cartersville market.

“Angel is a motivated and dynamic addition to our GCB family. We are extremely excited to have her leading the charge as we grow our presence in Cartersville and Bartow County,” said David Lance, President & CEO.

Lee will be responsible for expanding the bank’s footprint throughout the community and for creating a stellar customer experience for both new and existing customers. Most recently, Angel served as Branch Manager with Coosa Valley Credit Union and as a Financial Services Officer at SunTrust Bank.

“After being away for a little over a year, I am looking forward to being back in my hometown of Cartersville as GCB creates a strong and lasting impression of excellence within Bartow County.  I believe community banks add value in a time when we all could use more connectivity,” Lee says.

She studied Business Management & Christian Studies at Shorter University. She is a Paul Harris Fellow in the Rotary Club of Bartow County, a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athlete’s Women’s Ministry Team, and a graduate of Leadership Bartow.  In other volunteer capacities Lee has served on the Youth Leadership Bartow Steering Committee and participates with the Red Door Food Pantry. Lee lives in Euharlee with her two daughters, McKenzie and Madison.

The Coosa District of the Northwest Georgia Council, Boy Scouts of America, presents the 2019 Eagle Scout Class. The Coosa District, comprising Floyd, Polk, and Chattooga counties, has a class of 21 Eagle Scouts. They earned the rank of Eagle through hard work and dedication to education, service, and leadership.  We congratulate them all for their outstanding achievement.

Each year, the Jake Puryear Marine Corp League Detachment #1020 honors our Eagle Scout class in a ceremony organized by Jerry Curtis. In September, they presented each Eagle Scout with a “Good Citizen Certificate” and an Eagle Scout Challenge Coin.  Commandant Mike Hester spoke to these young men about their accomplishment in achieving the highest rank in scouting and the responsibilities that come with this achievement.  He compared our “Once an Eagle Scout, Always an Eagle Scout” motto to the Marine Motto, “Once a Marine, Always a Marine.” He reminded them of their responsibility to be a mentor to Scouts that will follow in their footsteps.

Behind each Scout who has earned this rank are the parents, leaders, and scouting families who have supported, assisted, and advised these youth through the rigors of the program.  As we recognize our new Eagles, we would also like to thank these supporters for their dedication to the Scouting program and the youth of our District and Council.

  • Trace Barker, Troop 17
  • Zane Barker, Troop 17
  • Aaron Bartleson, Troop 113
  • Ty Brazier, Troop 21
  • Brody Brown, Troop 17
  • Logan Brown, Troop 30
  • Caleb Chambers, Troop 23
  • Cody Compton, Troop 21
  • Parker Crawford, Troop 23
  • Patrick Fields, Troop 21
  • Carson Garrett, Troop 113
  • Russell Gibson, Troop 21
  • James Jolly, Troop 30
  • Jacob McAdams, Troop 30
  • Johnathon Pearson, Troop 30
  • Brandon Peterson, Troop 4
  • Matthew Russell, Troop 21
  • Donovan Scoggins, Troop 17
  • Kobe Sims, Troop 118
  • Barton Sopata, Troop 113
  • Andrew Tanner, Troop 30

To see individual scout picture follow this link:

State Rep.Katie Dempsey (R-Rome) will participate in the Center of Excellence for Children’s Behavioral Health’s “Zero to Five: Building Connections for Lifelong Impact” virtual event this afternoon from 3-5 p.m. To register for the virtual event, please click here.

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