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Maynard, Swain join WBT board of directors

Wilson Bank & Trust has expanded its board by adding area business owners Mike Maynard and Clint Swain to its team of directors.

Mike Maynard is an owner and founding partner at Four Star Paving, which over the past 15 years has grown to become a premier paving company in Middle Tennessee.  Born and raised in the Lancaster community of Smith County, Maynard is a graduate of Gordonsville High School and Tennessee Tech University.  He worked for the Tennessee Department of Transportation out of college, and later served at APAC in a number of roles over a span of 19 years, including divisional president for his last 5 years with the company.  He and a few APAC co-workers started Four Star Paving in 2002.  Maynard and his wife Susan have two children, Meghan Maynard Harlan and Monica Maynard Corbin, and a granddaughter, Elizabeth.  Mike is a deacon, Sunday school teacher and member at Immanuel Baptist Church in Lebanon.

Clint Swain is an owner at Fakes & Hooker, a lumber and building supply company in Lebanon where he has worked most of his career.  A Lebanon native, Swain graduated from Lebanon High School and the University of Tennessee.  Prior to joining partner Ryan Aulds to purchase the company in 2008, he helped Fakes & Hooker achieve record sales as a salesperson.  The firm recently completed a third straight year in record sales, serving as a local market leader in an industry normally dominated by national companies.  Individually and through his company, Swain supports a number of nonprofits and community events.  He is a member and trustee at First United Methodist Church in Lebanon and also serves as a coach for Upwards Basketball.  He and his wife Whitney have three young children, Everhett, Parks, and Drew.

“Wilson Bank & Trust has been blessed with tremendous leadership from our board since even before the bank was chartered, and Mike and Clint will help us extend that tradition into the next generation,” WBT President John McDearman said.  “They’ve built their personal and professional success much the same way our bank has, with hard work, strong values and an emphasis on relationships.  At the same time, they bring unique perspectives from their industries that will benefit our bank.”

The election of the two new board members became official at a shareholder’s meeting in April.

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