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Roberts joins First Bank as VP and bank manager

Published 10:38pm Wednesday, November 7, 2012

First Bank is pleased to announce that Lisa B. Roberts has joined the company as Vice President and mortgage originator.
In addition, she will serve as branch manager of the First Bank branch located at 132 W. Second St. Roberts brings 17 years of personal banking and mortgage experience to her new position.
“We are delighted that an individual of Lisa’s caliber and experience in serving community banking clients, in addition to her deep knowledge of residential mortgage lending, has joined our First Bank family. As a native of our local community, Lisa has an intimate knowledge of our market. She also has a proven, long-term track record of providing superior service and offering value-added products to the clients in the markets she serves. Having worked side by side with her for many years, her zest and enthusiasm in putting the clients best interest first has, and remains, her number one priority. I am proud and excited to have her as a colleague as she further assists us in branding First Bank as a first stop financial services provider,” said First Bank Senior Vice President and Area Executive William Taylor.
Originally from Beaufort County, Roberts graduated from Chocowinity High School and from East Carolina University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance.
Roberts is an active member of the community.  She is a member of the Washington Noon Rotary, on the Board of Directors for the Beaufort County Developmental Center and is an affiliate member of the Washington Beaufort County Board of Realtors.
Lisa and her husband, Thad, reside in Chocowinity and attend First Baptist Church in Washington.

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