Patterson joins First National Bank of South Carolina

  • Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Jonathan D. Patterson

Jonathan D. Patterson has joined First National Bank of South Carolina as Vice President of Commercial Banking in the Summerville and Goose Greek markets.
The announcement was made by FNBSC President Ron Anderson.
Patterson has nine years experience in the banking industry. Prior to joining FNB, he worked as community executive and commercial banker for a large regional bank.
“I am honored to join the FNBSC family … a local bank that strives to provide value to each and every customer in the communities that it serves,” said Patterson. “I look forward to building long lasting banking relationships for years to come.”
A native of Laurens, Patterson earned his undergraduate degree from the University of South Carolina and is a graduate of the South Carolina School of Banking. Patterson is currently attending the Graduate School of Banking at LSU.
Active in civic, church, and professional organizations, Patterson currently serves as the treasurer and board member of The Summerville Evening Rotary Club. In addition, he serves as Vice Chair of the Greater Summerville/Dorchester Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professionals Council. Patterson is also a member and serves as Usher at Bethany United Methodist Church in Summerville.
Patterson is married to Laura McElheny Patterson of Summerville. Laura and Jonathan have one son, Braedon.
FNBSC is headquartered in Holly Hill with eight total offices in the Lowcountry.


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