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Marietta Office

3411 Ernest Barrett Parkway
Marietta, GA 30064
678-569-4250 PHONE
678-569-4275 FAX
Drive-thru hours:
8:30 to 5:00 Mon - Fri
Lobby hours:
9:00 to 4:00 Mon - Fri

Smyrna Office:

1298 Concord Road
Smyrna, GA 30080
770-333-0772 PHONE
678-564-0270 FAX
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8:30 to 5:00 Mon - Fri
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9:00 to 4:00 Mon - Fri

In the News




The Community Bankers Association (CBA) of Georgia’s Leadership Division named Russell H. “Rusty” Powell, Group Vice President, Highland Commercial Bank, Marietta, as Chair of the Leadership Division for the 2014-2015 year at the 36th Annual Leadership Division Convention and Mini-Trade Show held recently at Amelia Island, Florida.


Mr. Powell is a life-long resident of Cobb County graduating from Marietta High School 1991 and graduating from the University of Georgia in 1996.  Mr. Powell was employed as Circulation Manager for the Marietta Daily Journal for more than ten years.  He joined Highland Commercial Bank in 2005 and is a commercial lender.  Mr. Powell has been active in the leadership of the Community Bankers Association (CBA) of Georgia since 2007.  He is also a graduate (2011) of the three year School of Banking program at the University of Georgia.


“We are proud of the accomplishments that Rusty has achieved in his career with Highland Commercial Bank, and are pleased that he will be leading this important community banking organization,” said Greg Griggs, President of Highland Commercial Bank.  “The Community Bankers Leadership Division strives to ensure the future of Georgia’s banking industry through furthering professional education, promoting financial literacy in our schools, advocating for responsible legislation and regulatory processes, and serving the local communities of the member banks.”


Mr. Powell noted that an annual event for this group is raising funds to support Children’s Healthcare in their mission of student nursing programs, childhood cancer research, school health, and other children-focused programs. “Our group raised over $41,500 this year,” he said, “bringing total contributions to Children’s Healthcare to over $400,000 since 1989.  I am proud of this accomplishment and all the work that our group does to preserve and strengthen community banking.  We have plans for expanding our service and outreach in the coming year and are pleased to foster the strength and the impact of communing banking.”


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