Thursday, April 4, 2013
First Citizens today announced that April Burgess has joined the company as Assistant Vice President and Retail Sales Manager. In her role, Burgess will be responsible for providing products and services that help customers meet and exceed their financial goals, ensuring the delivery of superior customer service in the branch, and representing First Citizens in the community. She will be based at the bank’s Summerville I-26 branch, located at 1319 North Main Street.
“April’s background in the financial services industry makes her uniquely qualified to provide financial solutions for our customers,” said Dot Gatlin, senior vice president and market executive for First Citizens. “Her experience will be beneficial as she helps customers achieve their short-term and long-term financial goals, and we welcome her to First Citizens.”
Burgess previously has served as a personal banker and store manager for Wells Fargo. She also has worked as an insurance agent for Bankers Life and Casualty Company.
Burgess is a graduate of Longwood University in Farmville, Va., and is actively involved in Charleston’s Walk for Autism. She currently resides in her hometown of Summerville.
About First Citizens
First Citizens Bancorporation, Inc., is the parent company of First Citizens Bank and Trust Company, Inc. First Citizens Bank offers services in commercial and retail banking through its more than 190 offices in South Carolina and Georgia. As of Dec. 31, 2012, First Citizens Bancorporation, Inc. had total consolidated assets of $8.24 billion. For more information, visit the First Citizens website at www.firstcitizensonline.com.
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