Bank of Cleveland partners with Habitat to build a stronger community

By: Ben Clifton Bank of Cleveland was established in 1987 and is Bradley County’s only truly locally owned and operated bank. Since 1987, Bank of Cleveland now has four full-service locations in the area as well as their BOC Home Loan Center.

Striving to serve their customers with the highest quality of service, Bank of Cleveland has made it a priority to be equipped with staff that is knowledgeable, sensitive, and responsive of the customers needs. With numerous employees having years of experience with Bank of Cleveland, familiar faces make banking with them a more personal experience. Bank of Cleveland has a long history in their partnership with Habitat for Humanity. CEO and Chairman, Scott Taylor, served as the first Treasurer for Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland on the Board of Directors. Julian Sullivan, President and CFO, currently serves on the Board of Directors. Bank of Cleveland’s commitment to Habitat’s cause is upheld with annual contributions and employee volunteer hours serving on various building projects as well as the Women Build Initiative.

“Habitat not only strengthens our community but it has created small communities within Bradley County,” said Senior Vice President, Christy Goza. “These communities are a direct reflection of the greatness of Bradley County and the power of sponsors, volunteers and organizations working together for a common goal.”