Thanks to a nearly 50-year career, Phillip Crawford left a legacy of “people-centered banking” in his hometown of Pikeville, Tenn. Crawford joined the First Farmers and Commercial Bank in 1974, and was named president and CEO in 1981. Under his leadership, he helped grow the institution from $18 million in assets to $190 million and he led the bank’s expansion into three adjoining counties. A proponent of the Tennessee Bankers Association, Crawford served on the board of directors, and secretary and treasurer of the Independent Bankers Division. Among his numerous civic engagements, Crawford organized and became the first president for the Pikeville-Bledsoe County Chamber of Commerce and president of the Pikeville Lions Club.

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