Becky Heath recognized as Community Banker of the Quarter

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Michael Burris and Becky Heath

Michael Burris, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, presents Becky Heath, Assistant Vice President and Senior IT Tech, with the Community Banker of the Quarter award from FNBC Bank.

Becky Heath, Assistant Vice President & Senior IT Tech at FNBC Bank, was recognized as the ‘Community Banker of the Quarter’ at the bank’s quarterly employee meeting.

Each quarter, FNBC requests nominations from employees for individuals who are deserving of recognition for going over and above typical job requirements and/or exemplary demonstration of the bank’s core values and brand frameworks.

Heath started her career with FNBC in 1990, and has become an important part of the bank’s Information Technology success. Working primarily behind the scenes, Heath’s responsibilities include keeping FNBC’s IT infrastructure running at optimal performance, a vital role for a computer-dependent industry.

“Becky is a one-of-a-kind employee, and we recognize that we are very lucky to have her,” said Michael Burris, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, and Heath’s supervisor. “She is the exact definition of ‘going above and beyond.’ She works harder to get things done better at our bank.”

Her nominating colleagues echoed Burris’ compliments. “She provides both internal and external customers with exceptional customer service,” said one. “She takes her responsibility very seriously with a focus on getting things done right the first time,” added another.

“I’ve worked with Becky the entire time she’s been with FNBC, and I can’t say enough good things about her character and work ethic,” said FNBC CEO & President Marty Sellars. “She has a true servant’s heart, always projecting a positive attitude. She is accountable, never leaving a job unfinished. We are blessed to have her.”

Along with the standing ovation from her colleagues, Heath received $500 as part of her award.

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