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North State Bank Promotes Antonino Nevarez to Relationship Banking Manager for Garner

April 22, 2024
For more information, contact:
Amanda M. Lloyd
Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer; 919.855.9925
RALEIGH, N.C. . . . North State Bank (the "Bank") promoted Antonino Nevarez to relationship banking manager for its Garner office, announced Amanda M. Lloyd, executive vice president and chief people officer. In this position, Nevarez will develop and enhance loan and deposit relationships with existing and prospective customers and oversee office operations. 

"We opened the Garner office on the heels of opening our first location in North Raleigh, so some of our longest customer relationships are rooted in this community," shared Lloyd. "Antonino's knowledge and experience are ideal for stepping into this position following the retirement of Elaine Crabtree. We believe customers will enjoy getting to know and working with him." 

A native of Sims, North Carolina, Nevarez served as a relationship banking specialist at the Bank’s North Raleigh office from 2022 until this promotion. Prior to that, he served in positions of increasing responsibility as a teller and customer service representative at Wells Fargo, TD Bank, and BB&T (now Truist). 

"I'm excited about the new role and serving our Garner customers," shared Nevarez. "Some of our Garner customers were among the very first to choose North State Bank when it opened in 2000. I look forward to working with Market President Kevin Payne and the rest of the Garner team to build on North State's tradition of service."

Founded in 2000, North State Bank is an independent, full-service community bank serving Wake and New Hanover counties through seven offices and serves the community management association industry through its division, CommunityPLUS.

This news release may contain forward-looking statements. Actual results might differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements for various reasons, including our ability to manage growth, changes in real estate values and the real estate market, regulatory changes and increased deposit insurance assessments, economic conditions, changes in interest rates, substantial changes in financial markets, loss of deposits and loan demand to other savings and financial institutions and our limited operating history.