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Local Banker Horace Jackson Joins River Bank & Trust’s Coastal Region Team

Local Banker Horace Jackson Joins River Bank & Trust’s Coastal Region Team


Daphne, AL, May 5, 2023: Coastal Region President Doug Thomas is pleased to announce that local banker Horace Jackson has joined River Bank & Trust as Senior Vice President & Relationship Manager. Jackson will leverage his 16+ years of banking experience to build and strengthen client relationships throughout Mobile, Baldwin, and surrounding counties.


"River Bank & Trust is gaining traction in the Coastal Region with offices in Daphne, Mobile, and Saraland," says Thomas. "Our success is fueled by top banking talent, and Horace is no exception. He has the knowledge and skill set to provide clients with the tools and expertise they need and want."


Jackson earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from Auburn University. Throughout his banking career, he has completed training courses focused on change management and leadership development. Jackson has served on the advisory board and finance committee for the United Cerebral Palsy of Mobile for the past eight years. He is a member of the Propeller Club of Mobile and the Mobile and South Baldwin Chambers of Commerce. He and his wife, Olivia, have three children, Turner, Helena, and Nina "Allie". The family attends St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Fairhope.


"River Bank & Trust prioritizes the success of the communities it serves, which is so important to me. Here, we believe in doing what is best for our customers, which helps them and the bank grow together," says Jackson. "I am excited to serve the Coastal Region as a community banker, neighbor, and friend."


About River Bank & Trust


In 2006, River Bank & Trust opened with two main goals: 1) establish a community-focused financial institution that would support local decision-making and 2) re-circulate money back into the communities it serves. Since then, River Bank & Trust has grown to be one of the largest state-chartered banks in Alabama, with current assets of $2.9 billion and twenty-two locations throughout the state.


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