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Karen McMahon




F&M BANK
Assistant Vice President /Consumer Lender/Branch Manager
615.867.9728

Karen McMahon serves as Assistant Vice President of Consumer Lending and as Branch Manager for F&M Bank. She attended Oakland High School and received her college education from MTSU. She spent brief amounts of time in retail management and the salon industry before she became a banker. McMahon began as a teller and moved up to the position of Assistant VP in just five short years.

Her primary mission in serving Rutherford County is in connecting people, she says, “whether it is be connecting to a loan to fulfill their dreams, or referring them to a trusted source to remodel their home, I love hearing a person’s story and finding a need.” She believes that the more you know about each other and connect, the more you can help each other grow. Her most important financial advice is to understand how things work. “You’d be surprised how many people don’t understand how their credit score works or how it affects them on a daily basis.” She believes that if you at least know, you can do something about it.

McMahon is a Chamber Diplomat officer, President of the Downtown Murfreesboro Business Association, supports Leadership Rutherford Graduate and served on the committees for the Boys and Girls Club, Alzheimer’s Association and the Child Advocacy Center.

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