INDEPENDENCE, VA – Skyline National Bank is opening a branch in West Jefferson, North Carolina in mid-April 2018. The new branch will be located at 1055 Mt. Jefferson Road. This is the first full-service branch for Skyline National Bank in Ashe County. The bank currently has a loan production office in West Jefferson.
Heading up the West Jefferson office is Area Executive James Young and Branch Manager Tana Miller.
James Young has been with Skyline National Bank since 2010 and last summer opened the bank’s Loan Production Office in West Jefferson. Tana Miller has recently joined Skyline National Bank and will serve as Branch Manager for the new West Jefferson branch. Most recently Tana was a branch manager for First National Bank. Both Young and Miller grew up and live in Ashe County.
The new branch on Mt. Jefferson Road will offer full-service banking, a modern design with a focus on customer convenience, and a digital display highlighting Skyline National Bank and the surrounding community. The West Jefferson branch will offer a quick and easy experience in a modern banking environment while providing the traditional style of banking and customer service that Skyline National Bank is known for.
“One of Skyline National Bank’s core values is LOCAL. We are proud to be a part of the small town communities that have a lot of character and heart like us,” comments Allan Funk, President and CEO of Skyline National Bank. “We are excited to expand our West Jefferson office with a full-service branch and look forward to being an active contributor in this community, to meet new friends, and to make a difference. Our hope is that you will see our locally-focused community bank working hard to achieve our goal of being always our best.”
About Skyline National Bank
Skyline National Bank has 16 full-service banking offices and provides a highly competitive suite of personal and business banking products and services to customers in southwestern Virginia and northwestern North Carolina. This independent, community bank is the combined bank of Grayson National Bank and Bank of Floyd, which officially came together through their merger on July 1, 2016.