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Fourth Capital Expands Commercial Banking Team with Addition of Lucas Harrison as Vice President Commercial Relationship Manager

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Fourth Capital Expands Commercial Banking Team with Addition of Lucas Harrison as Vice President Commercial Relationship Manager

Leading Middle Tennessee community bank hires local banker as VP to be a part of its commercial relationship business to strengthen presence in the region.

Nashville, Tenn. (October 9, 2023) – Fourth Capital, a leading community bank in Middle Tennessee, has announced that Lucas Harrison will join the team as vice president (VP) and commercial relationship manager. Prior to joining Fourth Capital, Harrison served as relationship manager at FirstBank.

“Lucas has a proven track record of working successfully with business throughout our communities which positions him as an invaluable asset to Fourth Capital as we look to grow our commercial business across Middle Tennessee,” said David McDaniel, President and Chief Banking Officer of Fourth Capital. “We are thrilled to have Lucas on board during a pivotal time  for Fourth Capital.”

The hiring comes a month after Gaylon Lawrence, Jr., announced plans to merge Fourth Capital Bank into Volunteer State Bank. In August, Lawrence announced this merger, designed to enhance the service footprint for bank customers and extend its reach and impact throughout Middle Tennessee. Both banks are privately held by Lawrence.

Harrison’s previous roles included a series of positions, including customer relationship specialist, at Franklin Synergy Bank. Harrison earned his bachelor’s degree from University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

About Fourth Capital

Decidedly local and privately-held, Fourth Capital was founded in 2004 as a community bank designed to serve Music City for generations to come. Fourth Capital is a full-service community bank, combining digital tools with human touch to create a premier banking experience. The Fourth Capital name is a nod to a moment in Nashville’s history that may surprise many as the city was the fourth capital in the history of the state. The bank’s headquarters office is at 10 Lea Avenue in the historic Rolling Mill Hill neighborhood at Peabody Plaza, with branches in Nashville at 4007 Hillsboro Pike (Green Hills) and Franklin at 9000 Carothers Parkway (Cool Springs). A fourth location is in the works at 302 Public Square (Historic Downtown Franklin) and set to open in Fall 2023. For more information, visit fourthcapital.com.