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Stacy Vincent




F&M BANK
Vice President, Commercial Lender | 615.867.9728

Vice President and Commercial Lender at F&M Bank, Stacy Vincent, received her Bachelor of Marketing from Middle Tennessee State University and from the Tennessee Bankers Association, Southeastern School of Banking and Advanced Commercial. She has a son, Michael, 18, who will be attending MTSU in the fall and a daughter, Sophia Grace, 11, who is an 8th grader at Stewarts Creek Middle School.

Vincent says that one of the things she loves most about what she does is “working with people to overcome challenges they may be facing in order to make their dreams and goals happen.” She mentions that Rutherford County’s growth has been substantial since she first attended college here - and that it’s still growing every day. “I feel like I’ve not only been given the opportunity to watch a community expand and bloom new homes, stores, and cutting-edge schools, but I’ve had the privilege of helping with various parts of that.”

Stacy Vincent is the Associate Vice President of the Rutherford County Home Builders Association, on the programs committee for the Rutherford Cable, is a board member of the Murfreesboro Noon Rotary, and on the advisory board for the Business Education Partnership.

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