March 20, 2018

ServisFirst Bank Promotes Four Employees Within Huntsville Office

Huntsville, AL -

ServisFirst Bank, a subsidiary of ServisFirst Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ: SFBS), recently announced the promotion of four employees within the Huntsville office: Blake Freeman to Commercial Banking Officer; Emily Frazier to Credit Analyst; Kasey Golden to Private Banking Officer; and Stacey Marks to Cash Managements Sales Officer.

Emily Frazier, Credit Analyst

As one of the first four team members of ServisFirst Bank Huntsville, Emily Frazier started with the company in 2006 as an executive assistant, where she helped the bank organize its procedures and effectively communicate with new shareholders. In 2012, she transitioned into a Cash Management Officer and continued to display the exceptional service for which she is known. Now, as a Credit Analyst, Frazier will analyze the credit data and financial information of potential individuals or companies that are applying for credit at ServisFirst Bank to discern the risk to the bank.

Frazier earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and has over 22 years of banking experience.

Blake Freeman, Commercial Banking Officer

Blake Freeman became a full-time employee at ServisFirst Bank Huntsville in 2015, after interning with the bank during college. In his new role as a Commercial Banking Officer, Freeman will develop and retain commercial relationships, while assisting in the growth and management of the bank’s commercial loan portfolio. Prior to his promotion, he served as a Credit Analyst in the Credit Department.

Freeman graduated Cum Laude from Auburn in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance. He is a graduate of Leadership Huntsville and has recently become a mentor with Cornerstone Initiative’s Faith and Finances Program.

Kasey Golden, Private Banking Officer

Kasey Golden joined ServisFirst Bank in 2014 as a Lending Assistant. In her new role as a Private Banking Officer, she will be responsible for providing guidance to clients surrounding their current and future financial goals. While taking care of their banking needs, Golden intentionally embodies ServisFirst Bank’s priority to provide great customer service and build a relationship with each client.

Golden graduated from Auburn University in 2014, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance. She is currently part of Leadership Huntsville/Madison County Connect Class 20. Golden currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Community Ballet Association.

Stacey Marks, Cash Management Sales Officer

Stacey Marks has been with ServisFirst Bank Huntsville for 10 years. Prior to her promotion, Marks served as an Executive Assistant, where she exuded the skills of a team player and accepted many responsibilities outside the scope of her role. In her new role as a Cash Management Sales Officer, Marks will be responsible for developing business relationships with clients, including positive pay services, merchant services, commercial and personal credit card services and business internet banking.

Marks is an active member in the Huntsville community as she volunteers with organizations such as the Downtown Rescue Mission, The Saving Way, the Boys & Girls Club and United Cerebral Palsy.

For more information regarding these four promotions, please contact Krista Conlin at 205-937-3777. To learn more about ServisFirst Bank, please visit