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UNION CITY, TN - Commercial Bank and Trust Company announces the addition of a new member of its Board of Directors. Ed Sumara has joined the Board and is ready to serve alongside the other great board members of CBTC.

Ed is quite active in the area. He is presently a board member for the Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS), a Tiptonville Library board member, Chairman of Lifebeat Family Services, an Eagle Scout, and is Past President of the West Tennessee No-Till Association. The lifetime farmer has timed off of the Lake County Farm Service Agency (FSA)

Board twice. He is the father of Joseph Sumara and Kim Thompson and is proud to have his son Joseph managing Sumara Farms, EJ Sumara LLC and Sumara Land Grading.

"Ed has a great understanding of the people of Lake and Obion Counties, and he will help us make sure that we at Commercial Bank and Trust are meeting the needs of our residents," said.

Tim Shanks, CBTC Community President-Union City. Other current CBTC board members include Philip Pinion, John Clendenin, MD, Wright Jernigan, MD, Scott Rainey, Jim Harris, Jim Glasgow, Jr., Jack Parker, Gordon Bruff, Chuck Doss, Lynn Jenkins and Doug Latimer.Commercial Bank and Trust was chartered in 1877. The bank has operations in Jackson,Memphis, Paris and Union City, TN. Mott Ford is the Chief Executive Officer of Commercial Bank and Trust. In Union City, the bank has offices downtown at 127 South First Street and at 815 East Reelfoot Avenue.