Community Bank & Trust is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tennessee Community Bank Holdings, Inc. (the Holding Company). The Bank, with offices in Ashland City, Pegram, Kingston Springs, Pleasant View and Springfield, Tennessee, provides a variety of banking services to individuals and businesses. The primary deposit products offered are demand accounts, savings accounts and certificates of deposit. The primary lending products are consumer, residential real estate and commercial loans.
Tennessee Community Bank Holdings, Inc.
575 South Main Street
Ashland City, TN 37015
All Shareholder Inquires:
Debbie C. Small, President & CEO
Purchasing Shares of Stock:
Should you have an interest in purchasing shares of Tennessee Community Bank Holdings, Inc. stock as they become available, please contact Candy Krantz at 615-792-0029 to obtain a “Stock Interest Form” which will be kept on file until there are available shares for sale.
Interest to Sell Stock:
From time to time we have Shareholders who have a desire to sell all or a portion of their shares of Tennessee Community Bank Holdings, Inc. stock. Should you wish to sell your stock shares please send a letter (email or written) to email@example.com or Attn: Candy Krantz, Community Bank & Trust, 575 So. Main Street, Ashland City, TN 37015. The letter should state the number of shares that you wish to sell as well as the minimum price per share that you are willing to accept for the stock, along with your contact information.
How do I change my address and other contact information?
If you are a shareholder who would like to make changes related to your stock information (change of address, transfer certificates to another name, etc.), please contact Candy Krantz at (615) 792-0029 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Failure to alert the Bank of your address change may result in the delay of receiving important notifications and annual reports.
How do I report a lost or stolen stock certificate?
If you have a lost or stolen stock certificate, please contact the Bank immediately. You will be asked to complete and sign an affidavit regarding your lost or stolen certificate.