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Ken Graeber joins First Bank

Ken Graeber

Ken Graeber

Ken Graeber has joined First Bank as Community Bank President of the Jackson Metro market.

A long-time resident of the Jackson area, Graeber joins First Bank to lead a team in serving the Jackson area and establish a full-service office at 5760 I-55 North in Jackson. Slated to open the fourth quarter of 2015, the Jackson office will provide a wide-range of financial services in including commercial lending, mortgage services and private banking.

Graeber has served in management positions at several area banks. Graeber currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Cystic Fibrosis Mississippi Chapter and is an active member with his family at First Presbyterian Church in Jackson.

An avid golfer, Graeber received his undergraduate degree from the University of Mississippi, where he earned a golf scholarship. He later graduated from the University of Mississippi Graduate School of Banking in Oxford.

Graeber is married to the former Anne Simmons, and they have two children and four grandchildren.

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