Tallahassee People on the Move – Tallahassee Reports


Coldwell Banker pays tribute to real estate agent Lisa Carey

Realtor Tallahassee Lisa Carey of Coldwell Banker recently received the designation of the President’s Circle from the global company. Lisa Carey represents the top 7% of Coldwell Banker agents worldwide. She ranked in the top 3% of real estate agents in Tallahassee in 2021 with sales volume exceeding $14 million. Lisa Carey is a real estate agent with Coldwell Banker Hartung of Tallahassee.

Landon Lee joins the Prime Meridian mortgage team

Landon Lee joined Prime Meridian Bank’s mortgage team as Mortgage Manager (NMLS # 1519399).

Lee is an experienced mortgage lender and offers conventional, FHA and VA residential mortgages, as well as non-conforming portfolio mortgages. A native of Tallahassee, Lee is formerly with Capital City Bank and Capital City Home Loans, LLC, where he won the 2020 Rising Star Award for Loan Origination.

Prime Meridian Bank serves the Tallahassee, Crawfordville and Lakeland markets from four offices located in North and Central Florida. To learn more about Prime Meridian Bank, visit TryMyBank.com. FDIC member. Equal Housing Lender. NMLS #393620.

Tholley Taylor joins Bevis Funeral Home as COO

Bevis Funeral Home, a full service funeral provider in the Big Bend for over 57 years, recently announced the addition of Tholley-Taylor as Chief Operating Officer.

Taylor has over 20 years of industry experience, including 13 years as a licensed funeral director with Bevis before founding Lifesong Funerals & Cremations in Quincy with his wife, Sarah Bevis Taylor, in 2015. They added a location in Tallahassee in 2021.

Bevis President Rocky Bevis said the addition of Taylor is important to the company’s mission to serve families with changing needs.

“Tholley’s return to Bevis Funeral Home ensures that we continue to adapt to the changing needs of our community without compromising the values ​​that have allowed us to faithfully serve families for over half a century,” he said. declared.

Taylor graduated in 1998 from Leon High School and graduated in 2001 from Mid-America College of Funeral Service in Jeffersonville, Indiana. He and Sarah live in Tallahassee with their three children.

Capital Bank Promotions

Capital City Bank announced the promotion of four team members to Tallahassee Banking Operations. Lee Ann Newton, Cindy Rawls, Zeynep Solak and Beverly Spath all have received promotions and are on the move.

Newton graduated from the Florida Bankers Association Supervisors Academy in 2000 and the BSA/AML School in 2016. She also received an Anti-Money Laundering and Fraud Specialist Certificate in 2018. Newton works with Capital City Bank since 2019 and has 14 years of banking experience. experience. Newton’s promotion to associate director of transactional risk and fraud prevention makes her responsible for developing and mentoring analysts and leading efforts to provide fraud prevention to bank customers.

Rawls worked more than 35 years with Capital City Bank and obtained the title of Director of Online Banking and Support. She will now oversee the day-to-day operations of the electronic banking department. Rawls, a graduate of Chipola College in Marianna, Fla., was named a 2017 Services Leader by Capital City Bank. She is also president of the Havana Ladies Golf Association and a volunteer with Havana Main Street and the Warrick Dunn Charities.

Solack holds an Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Support and Network Administration from Minneapolis College and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Istanbul Technical University. She joined Capital City Bank in 2021 and has just obtained the title of Assistant Vice President of Project Management. In his new position, Solak will lead the efforts of a three-person team of internal project managers to ensure the successful achievement of project objectives. In addition, she will advise managers and internal teams on the best use of project management disciplines and approaches.

Spar has over 35 years of leadership positions at community banks across Florida and has been a Capital Associate since 2011. As the new Vice President of Central Document Imaging, Spath will be responsible for leading all activities and standards related to document imaging and preservation operations. . She is a graduate of St. Petersburg College and holds banking and banking compliance certifications from the American Bankers Association and Emory University.


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