Why I BankSouth is a series of customers recapping their experiences with BankSouth. Through these personal conversations, you’ll get a glimpse into the unique journeys and perspectives of individuals who have chosen BankSouth as their trusted financial partner.
From tales of business growth to stories of achieving homeownership dreams, these customer testimonials showcase how our local community bank is much more than just numbers and transactions. Our value comes from long-term relationships that last for generations.
Join us as we delve into the heartfelt reasons why our customers say that’s Why I BankSouth. Do you have a story of why you BankSouth?
A consultant turned customer, April Farlow, speaker, trainer, and executive coach, decided to move her personal and business accounts to BankSouth. After speaking at an employee event held for employees, April was so moved that she decided to move her accounts and later referred her mother, Nancy Whirley, to move her accounts with her. Hear her story about how BankSouth has enriched how she manages her finances and how it’s transformed her business.
Originally from Atlanta, the Herreras decided to retire at Lake Oconee more than two decades ago. Back then, they hopped in with both feet when they purchased their lot and started daydreaming about the day they would break ground and eventually move into their forever home. Well, that day came throughout the course of 2020 and 2021. Read about the Herrera family’s construction and lending experience and how BankSouth was there every step of the way.
Aline and Thomas Spears were on a vacation at Lake Oconee from their home state of Florida a few years back. The couple absolutely fell in love with the Greensboro and Lake Oconee, Ga. area and they decided to make it their home. So the couple decided to purchase a home to live in and remodel as the construction of their new home started. Continue reading about their special story and the different ways BankSouth supported them through the process of becoming locals to Lake Oconee.