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First Community Bank expands advisory board

Posted: August 6, 2013 3:50 p.m.
Updated: August 7, 2013 5:00 a.m.

First Community Bank recently announced that Jeffrey R. Graham and Lindsey Kelly Mitcham have joined its Camden Advisory Board. Created in 2006 when First Community Bank merged with the Bank of Camden, the board works to enhance the bank’s community presence and outreach to local businesses.

Graham is a Camden native and remains deeply engaged in the life of his community. He served one term as the youngest mayor in South Carolina, 2008-2012, and is currently vice-president of Graham Realty Inc. He is a member of the Kershaw County United Way Housing Partnership, Rotary Club of Camden and a board member of Goodwill of the Midlands and Upstate.

Also a Camden native, Mitcham is employed by Agape Hospice in Camden as a senior solutions advisor. She is a volunteer with Girls in Action and a member of First Baptist Church in Camden.

They join current Camden Advisory Board members Dr. Paul T. Joseph Jr., John C. West Jr., Daniel D. Riddick, D. Edward Baxley and Sylvia U. Wood.

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