Graham Holcomb

Bank of the Lowcountry adds Holcombe

Bank of the Lowcountry announced Graham Holcombe as the company’s new Senior Vice President and City Executive responsible for leading the bank’s growth in Beaufort.
“Graham is a true community banker who has dedicated his entire banking career to meeting the needs of the Beaufort market,” Bank of the Lowcountry Executive Vice President Carl Kilpatrick said in a news release. “At Bank of the Lowcountry, what sets us apart is our commitment to build meaningful relationships with our customers, an approach to banking that is becoming more and more rare these days. Graham’s values and commitment make him the perfect person to bring our relationship focused banking to the people of Beaufort.”
Mr. Holcombe added, “I am very excited to be a part of the expansion of Bank of the Lowcountry into the Beaufort market. Their community bank model and demonstrated history of serving the community with local leadership and decision-making sets them apart. I look forward to continuing to serve the Beaufort market with a responsive and personal approach in this new role.”
“We are excited to grow our franchise into the Beaufort County market,” CEO of Bank of the Lowcountry Marc Bogan said in a news release. “Our style of community banking should be a welcome addition to a vibrant Beaufort business environment.”
With more than 23 years of banking experience, Graham is actively involved in the Beaufort community, serving as a current board member for The Rotary Club of Beaufort, Trustee for the Rotary Club of Beaufort Endowment, board member for South Carolina Nurse Retention Scholarship Fund and past board member and treasurer for Lowcountry Habitat for Humanity. Graham is also a Leadership Beaufort Class of 2006 alumni.

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