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Brenda Davis retires from CB&S Bank

CB&S Bank announces the retirement of Brenda Davis, branch sales leader of the bank’s Phil Campbell branch.

Davis came to CB&S Bank through a bank acquisition in 2005, and she will retire with more than 40 years in banking.

The community is invited to join CB&S Bank at a retirement reception Jan. 25 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. to celebrate Davis’ accomplishments and wish her the best in her upcoming retirement.

CB&S Bank is a $1.6 billion community bank, headquartered in Russellville, operating more than 50 offices in the Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee markets. The company offers a complete line of full-service banking products and other related financial services to retail and commercial customers through its subsidiaries.

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