Chuck Morgan, president and CEO of Relyance Bank, has announced five promotions.

Chuck Morgan, president and CEO of Relyance Bank, has announced five promotions.

Allison Brown has been promoted to Vice President of Account Services. She joined the bank in 1998 and has served as a customer service representative, operations supervisor and assistant vice president. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. She served for 10 years in Junior League of Pine Bluff, two of those as a board member. A Leadership Pine Bluff graduate, she currently serves on the White Hall Little League Board and volunteers with Relay for Life.

Bryan Castleberry has been promoted to Information Technology Officer. Castleberry joined Relyance as an information technology assistant in 2010 after graduating from Arkansas State University with a bachelor’s degree in computer information technology. He attained the status of Certified Community Bank Technology Officer from the Independent Community Bankers Association this year.

Karen Hall has been promoted to Call Center Coordinator. She joined the bank as a teller in 2004. She has since served as an assistant branch manager and account services representative. Hall attended Southeast Arkansas College and served as a volunteer for the Salvation Army and other local community organizations.

Betty Burnett has been promoted to Assistant Vice President of Card Services and Fraud Management. She previously served as teller, loan secretary and branch manager. She has a combined banking experience of 23 years, 16 of those at Relyance. Burnett is a member of St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church where she serves as trustee and treasurer. She also serves as a member of Circle #4 Mission Group.

Melvie Jean Boston has been promoted to Branch Manager of the Olive Street branch in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. She joined the bank in 1998 in the collections department. She previously served in the card services department and as an assistant branch manager. She has 30 years of banking experience, 15 of those with Relyance; and is involved in her community through her church, Freedom M.B.C. in Altheimer.