Wiggins named Manager at United Community Bank – Cherokee

by Jun 14, 2011Front Page, NEWS ka-no-he-da0 comments

     United Community Bank – Cherokee announced this week that Lisa Wiggins has been promoted to Manager.  Wiggins has been with United since 1999.  She graduated from Western Carolina University in 1992 with a BS in Education.  Wiggins is married to her husband of 18 years and they have four children. 

     “On behalf of United Community Bank, I am extremely proud to announce Lisa’s promotion as Manager of the Cherokee office,” says John Goins, President of United Community Bank – North Carolina. Lisa’s enthusiasm, leadership qualities and dedication to customers make her a perfect fit.”

     Providing the best customer service anywhere is a tradition that will continue and grow under Lisa’s leadership, according to Greg Hining, Chairman of United Community Bank – North Carolina.

      “We are very excited to have Lisa head our team in Cherokee,” he said.  “I know that she will be able to provide the level of service which our customers have grown to expect and deserve.  The team of bankers we have in place in Cherokee is highly experienced and knowledgeable.”

     Ann Marie Wright, City President for United Community Bank in Bryson City, has been the interim Cherokee office manager until the position was permanently filled.  “Lisa is a dedicated employee who leads by example,” she said.  “Lisa always has a positive attitude and tackles difficult tasks head on.  She is well respected by her employees.”

     Customer satisfaction and care are a top priority at United.  Lisa and her capable staff are committed to bringing the best in banking to this community.  As always, United Community Bank is honored to serve the residents and businesses of the greater Cherokee area.

     “United’s Cherokee bank has a lot of promise and potential.” Wiggins says.  “I am eager and excited to see what we can accomplish.  The staff has embraced the change of leadership as an opportunity for us all to achieve higher levels of success for ourselves and the branch as a whole. I appreciate all the encouragement and support.  It is truly motivational.”

– United Community Bank