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Kevin Evans Joins CenterState Bank as Commercial Lender
posted Mar 19, 2013 - 3:32:41pm
Tim Pierson, Community President of General Banking with CenterState Bank, announces the appointment of Kevin D. Evans as VP of Commercial Lending. Evans is responsible for assisting business clients and local area builders throughout Volusia and Brevard counties in obtaining the best Commercial loan product to meet their individual financial needs.
During his sixteen year tenure with Indian River County’s former Indian River National Bank, Evans served as Senior Vice President/Area Executive, responsible for all aspects of commercial and retail banking. He and his family moved to Michigan where he was a Senior Vice President for another financial institution before relocating back to Florida.
Evans graduated from Albion College, Florida School of Banking and Oklahoma State Commercial Lending School. He has had solid ties with Habitat for Humanity and the Florida Bankers Association.
CenterState Bank of Florida N.A., an independent Florida bank based in Winter Haven, is owned by a Davenport-based holding company, Centerstate Banks Inc. The holding company has 55 branches and combined assets of nearly $2.4 billion. That ranks it among the top Florida-based banks. CenterState Bank has been recommended by Bauer Rating Service (an independent bank rating and research firm in Coral Gables) for 78 consecutive quarters.
The bank specializes in small business services as well as checking and savings accounts, consumer loans, commercial and residential lending, financial services and internet banking. CenterState Bank branches servicing the greater Volusia County are located in Port Orange, New Symrna Beach and Orange City. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday. Evans may be contacted by calling (386) 689-8094.
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