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Scurry Tharpe, Vice President, Relationship Banker
Scurry Tharpe, Vice President, Relationship Banker

First Reliance Bank announces that Scurry Tharpe has joined the company as Vice President, Relationship Banker and will work out of the Greenville office. He has over 12 years of industry experience in the commercial credit risk background and in wealth and retail. 

Scurry is a 2009 graduate of The Citadel, where he earned a B.S. in Business Administration and, in 2018, an MBA from Anderson University. A native of Greenwood, S.C., he moved to Greenville in 2011. In his free time, Scurry enjoys spending time outdoors with his children and coaching youth sports on the weekends.

Market President Chris Laughridge shared, “We are pleased to welcome Scurry to the Greenville team, where he will focus on developing and building relationships with community-area business owners and professionals. He is a talented banker who brings significant credit experience with him to his new role.”

Marci Williams, Vice President Account Executive / Residential Lending Specialist
Marci Williams, Vice President Account Executive / Residential Lending Specialist

Marci Williams has joined First Reliance Bank as Vice President Account Executive / Residential Lending Specialist and will work out of the Charleston, SC, Mount Pleasant branch. She will assist customers with their mortgage financing needs and identify partner opportunities throughout the Southeast. She is a well-respected industry-recognized leader and will be responsible for sales in Retail and the Correspondent/Wholesale partner channels.

"We are happy to have Marci as part of our company growth initiative and are very fortunate to have her as part of our team,” said First Reliance Mortgage President Chuck Stuart. Her extensive experience and innovative approach will be instrumental in elevating our brand awareness and invaluable to our clients and homebuyers in the southeast. We are confident that Marci will play a key role in First Reliance Mortgage’s growth and success in the coming years.”

“We are thrilled to welcome Marci to the team. Marci’s knowledge and ...

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