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Freda Morgan




FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MANCHESTER
Vice President/Branch Manager | 615.494.4200

A career banker, Freda Morgan started working at Murfreesboro Bank and Trust in 1977 where she filed checks and made bank statements. Since then, she has worked in all banking departments. She currently serves as a Vice President and Branch Manager for First National Bank of Manchester, a community Bank founded in 1900 in Coffee County, Tennessee, where she says, “Our bank offers the same services and products that every other bank offers, we just try to provide it with a higher level of personal service.” Freda loves the generosity of the people of Murfreesboro. The downtown area is one of her favorite spots to frequent. She states that “Rutherford County has been very good to me and I try to give back at each and every opportunity.” She has worked with our Chamber of Commerce and was an original diplomat, back when the Chamber was in the log cabin at Cannonsburg. Freda partnered with the American Cancer Society when the Relay for Life first got its start in Rutherford County, as well as, recently chairing the Paws and Pearls 10th Anniversary fundraiser for the Beesley Foundation.

When asked about the best financial advice to share, Freda says, “Don’t be impulsive with your spending. Make wise choices for today and tomorrow!”

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