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KS Bank names to two to Wake County posts

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SMITHFIELD — KS Bank has announced a couple of personnel moves in Wake County.

The bank has named David L. Hall Jr. as Wake County market executive and commercial relationship manager. He is responsible for growing KS Bank in the Garner market area and across southeastern Wake County.

Hall has worked in the financial industry in the Garner area for the past 20 years, responsible for growing loans and deposits and increasing market share.

A native of West Virginia, Hall is a 1992 graduate of Marshall University. He and his wife, Kim, live in Clayton with their daughter. They have two older sons who serve in the military.

He is a member of the Cleveland Rotary Club and serves as a deacon at Discovery Church in Clayton.

“David is an experienced banker who knows his market area and the financial needs of those residents and businesses,” said Harold Keen, president and chief executive of Harold Keen. “We are thrilled to have him on our team as he continues his career with KS Bank. David understands what it means to be a community banker and acknowledges the impact that a true community bank has in its market areas.”

Also, Kelli B. Bynum has joined KS Bank as relationship manager for the Garner branch. She is responsible for managing the retail office, opening accounts and managing deposits for the branch.

Bynum has worked in the financial industry since 2003, holding positions as teller, customer service representative, loan officer, branch security officer and relationship manager.

She and her husband, Asa, live in Benson with their three sons. She is the daughter of Tommy and Jean Beasley of Benson.

Bynum is a member of the Cleveland School Rotary Club, treasurer of the Benson Middle School Booster Club Treasurer and a member of the Benson Parks & Recreation Advisory Board.

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