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Morris Bank

Our DNA

Why It Pays To Bank Blue - Our DNA

Morris Bank seeks to be the first choice for financial services in the communities we serve; second to none in quality, efficiency and integrity.

We do this by developing the highest quality team to profitably grow our customers' assets. We also give back to communities by supporting charitable initiatives where our customers live.

Morris Bank’s core values demonstrate our commitment to sharing our banking knowledge and information openly, honestly, and appropriately, and to serve our customers.

Code Blue Principles

Our management and employee team uphold daily the following values.

Believe

Common beliefs build a strong team.

Lead

Leadership is integral to success.

Understand

Understanding our customers makes us a better bank.

Excel

Excellence is providing service for all the communities we serve.

So, when we’re asked, “What makes Morris Bank different?”

Our response is always our people; because our team adheres to Code Blue and that ultimately feeds the successful pursuit of our mission.

The Live Oak and Morris Bank

As a southern staple in our nation, the live oak graces our coastal lands with the strength to leave marks in history, resilience to withstand trying times, and outstretching arms to provide shelter to those around it. In terms of leadership and perseverance, one can draw from the regal and robust qualities of these landscape anchors.

In a comparison of the live oak and the tradition of a financial institution, one can find great wisdom and guidance. At Morris Bank, many of these principles mirror our daily operations, and we apply them to our long standing presence through fluctuations in the financial world.

So how does a live oak compare to the operations of Morris Bank?

  • HAS A STRONG BASE
  • GROWS CONTINUALLY
  • IS FLEXIBLE
  • PROVIDES SHADE FOR THOSE AROUND IT
  • KNOWS WHEN TO LET GO
  • PREPARES FOR THE STORM
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Our History

In November 1954, when Louie Livingston made the first deposit in Morris Bank, life was simple, and business was conducted on a gentleman's word and a handshake. In our constantly changing community, we still believe in that philosophy, and our commitment to our customers is stronger than ever.

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President's Message

Our President/CEO Spence Mullis, talks history, hometown banking, and “big-city” opportunity

Board of Directors

Thad Childs

Chairman
Director, 2015

F. Scott Beasley

President, Duncan Tire Company, Inc.
Director, 1992

Leonard Blount

Principal, Capstone Benefits
Consulting, LLC
Director, 2019

Mark S. Byrd

Owner, Houston Lake Country Club
Director, 2016

O.D. Cullen, III

Consultant, Blanchard Equipment
Company, Inc.
Director, 1992

Robert J. Walker, Jr.

Business Owner
Director, 2017

Phillip Faircloth

Chairman of the Board and CEO of
Farmers Furniture
Director, 2014

J. Bent Gay, Jr.

President, Gayco Healthcare
Management
Director, 2007 

Lisa Livingston

Director, 1995 

Michael A. Maffett

President, Curry-Maffett Insurance
Director, 2016

Roger W. Miller

Executive Vice President, Morris Bank
Director, 2006

Wallace E. Miller

Senior Community Banker
Director, 2006

Spence N. Mullis

President & Chief Executive Officer,
Morris Bank
Director, 2005

Jeff Pope

President, Pope Construction Company
Director, 2019

State Senator Larry Walker

President & CEO, Walker Insurance Agency
Director, 2017

Robert J. Walker

(Emeritus)
Business Owner
Director, 1975

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