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Beginning in January the Middle Tennessee-rooted bank is opening a new 10,000 sq. ft. office in the heart of Hendersonville’s Indian Lake commercial district. The spacious new facility, located at 221 Indian Lake Boulevard, replaces the bank’s former quarters at 100 Bluegrass Commons. The new office will accommodate F&M’s growing banking and mortgage staff and will provide customers with a dedicated mortgage services entrance. F&M Investment Services, securities offered through Raymond James Financial Services, Inc., will be a new addition. The new office is headed by two bankers who have been with F&M since its entry into Sumner County. Brad Edwards is vice president and branch manager and Brian Maggart is vice president and mortgage manager. The 15th largest Tennessee-based bank with assets of $950 million. For more information, contact Fred Landiss, Senior Vice President of Marketing at email@example.com or 931-553-2029.
Russell Madden Hall, 8 lbs, 1 oz and 21 inches long, was the first baby of the year born at TriStar Hendersonville Medical Center. Proud parents Meredith and David Hall of Goodlettsville welcomed their first child, a healthy baby boy, at 12:21 p.m. on January 2 at the Birth Center at TriStar Hendersonville. Helen Cavasin, MD, OB/GYN, delivered the newborn. “There is a sense of excitement that comes with delivering the first baby of the New Year and the Halls will now get to celebrate the holiday in a whole new way,” said Jan Alexander, director of The Birth Center. Russell is the first of approximately 1,000 babies delivered annually at The Birth Center at TriStar Hendersonville. TriStar Hendersonville Medical Center is a 148-bed facility providing quality healthcare to Sumner and surrounding counties for more than thirty-five years. For more information, visit tristarhendersonville.com.
Jonathan’s Grille, a locally owned upscale sports bar with locations throughout Middle Tennessee, will be coming to Hendersonville, according to the company’s owners. The Hendersonville Regional Planning Commission approved a site plan for the 7,000-square-foot restaurant planned at 307 Indian Lake Boulevard near State Route 386. Construction on the project is expected to begin in May followed by a grand opening in February 2018, according to Curt Revelette, an owner who also handles development of new locations for the company. The restaurant will feature upwards of sixty televisions and have a staff of fifty to sixty employees. Menu options are expected to include appetizers, wings, salads, sandwiches, burgers, soups, flatbreads, entrées, pizzas and desserts. For more information on the current and new restaurants, visit jonathansgrille.com.