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Promotions

Taylor Bank announces the following promotions:

Lori Simon was recently promoted to branch administration manager.

Simon joined Taylor Bank in 2006. She has over 36 years of financial industry experience.

In her new role, she provides leadership to branch operations and establishes branch operating guidelines.

In 2019 Simon was promoted to vice president. She also holds the title of CRA officer, and is responsible for administering the Bank’s Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) program.

Active in the community, Simon volunteers with Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services, and serves on the board in Worcester County for Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore.

Hanna Ford has recently been promoted to branch manager of the Bank’s South Ocean City Branch.

Ford began her career at Taylor Bank as a customer service associate in 2013.

She has also served as associate trainer, senior customer service associate and operations supervisor.

Ford is an active volunteer with Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore.

Allison Lankford has recently been promoted to branch manager of the Bank’s West Ocean City Branch.

Lankford has 12 years of banking experience. Her background includes branch management and customer service.

Lankford is very active and involved in the local community, volunteering for Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore and serving on the Board for H.O.P.E..

Kathy Warren has recently been promoted to loan operations manager at the Bank’s Main Office in Berlin.

Warren’s duties include oversight of loan document support staff, loan document production and review, and management of the bank’s loan document systems.

Warren joined Taylor Bank April 2014 as a loan processor. She came to Taylor Bank with 25 years of banking experience in branch management, loan operations, and loan production.

Harley Davidson has recently been promoted to credit analyst.

Davidson began her career at Taylor Bank as a part-time and seasonal customer service associate in May 2017.

Earlier this month, she concluded a 10-week internship with the Bank, gaining exposure in branch management and the credit department.

In her new role, she will be managing the process of file compliance review in the Bank’s Loan Department.

She is graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Management with a minor in Finance from Salisbury University later this year.

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