May 04, 2012
Windham Promoted at SCBT
Moncks Corner, SC – Dane Murray, senior executive vice president and regional executive for South Carolina Bank and Trust, has announced the promotion of Larry Dwayne Windham, Jr. to vice president.
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A native of St. George, South Carolina, Windham is a graduate of Dorchester Academy and Wofford College. He also completed graduate studies at the South Carolina Bankers School at the University of South Carolina in 2006. He joined the staff of SCBT in 2003 and has worked in credit administration and as a commercial relationship manager in several SCBT markets.
Active in civic, church and professional organizations, Windham currently serves as treasurer of the Upper Dorchester Ducks Unlimited and as treasurer of Reevesville Baptist Church. He has also been an instructor for the American Institute of Banking (AIB). Windham and his wife, Sarah, a CPA with Dixon Hughes Goodman, have two children, Asa and Evie. They live in St. George.
Dane Murray said, “Larry Windham is a highly respected member of our staff. His diversified experience in commercial relationship management makes him a valuable member of our team in the Moncks Corner and Summerville market. We congratulate him on his promotion and wish him continued success in his career with SCBT.”
SCBT Financial Corporation, Columbia, South Carolina is a registered bank holding company incorporated under the laws of South Carolina. The Company consists of SCBT, N.A., the largest publicly traded bank headquartered in South Carolina; NCBT, a division of SCBT, N.A., and Community Bank & Trust, a division of SCBT, N.A. Providing financial services for over 78 years, SCBT Financial Corporation operates 76 locations in 19 South Carolina counties, 10 northeast Georgia counties, and Mecklenburg County in North Carolina. SCBT Financial Corporation has assets of approximately $4.5 billion and its stock is traded under the symbol SCBT in the NASDAQ Global Select Market. More information can be found at www.SCBTonline.com.