4 promoted at CCB; Mellown named president

Published 12:02 am Thursday, September 22, 2011

Tom Lane, chairman and CEO of CCB Community Bank, and CCB’s board of directors recently announced executive promotions at the bank.

Wem Mellown was promoted to president of CCB. In his new position, Mellown is overseeing CCB’s banking operations, planning and practices at all CCB locations.


Mellown joined CCB in 1995. With 30 combined years in the banking industry, he will continue CCB’s vision and mission of identifying opportunities for continued development and growth, Lane said.

Michael Andrews was promoted to executive vice president/chief lending officer.


Steve Frazier has been promoted to executive vice president/agricultural lending.

Lane said both Andrews and Frazier will serve these positions well, as they bring experience and expertise to their positions.

Lane said the continuing growth of CCB is attributed to its customers and the support of the communities it serves.


CCB Community Bank began in July 1947 when six investors provided the capital necessary to begin business. The bank opened its Opp location in 2002, and expanded to Crestview, Fla., in 2007. The bank plans to open additional facilities in other markets.


CCB Community Bank’s total asset size is $394 million, according to its website.