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> Bill Smith

Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Capital City Bank Group

Bill Smith

Bill Smith

Chairman, President and
Chief Executive Officer
Capital City Bank Group

Bill began his career at Capital City Bank in 1978. He worked in numerous capacities before being named president and chief executive officer of Capital City Bank Group, Inc., in January 1989. He was elected chairman in 2003. He also serves as the chairman of the Capital City Bank Board of Directors.

Bill's alma mater is Florida State University where he remains actively involved as a member of the Florida State Athletic Board and The Florida State University Student Investment Fund, Inc. He was inducted to the FSU College of Business Hall of Fame in 2009.

Bill serves on the Southern Company Board of Directors, a super-regional energy company based in Atlanta, Ga. and also serves on The Florida Council of 100.

> Tom Barron

President, Capital City Bank

Tom Barron

Tom Barron

President, Capital City Bank

Tom joined Capital City in 1974 as a trainee. After joining the Bank, he earned an MBA from Florida State University. Prior to serving as president of Second National Bank and Industrial National Bank, he was a commercial loan officer. He was named president of Capital City Bank in 1995, the 100-year anniversary of the Bank's founding.

Active in the community, Tom has served as chair of the Southeastern Community Blood Center, chair of the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce, chair of the United Way of the Big Bend and president of the Community Bankers of Florida.

> Kim Davis

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Kim Davis

Kim Davis

Executive Vice President and Cheif Financial Officer

Kim's service at Capital City began in 1981 when he joined the company as assistant vice president. He was promoted to vice president and chief financial officer in 1987 and executive vice president and chief financial officer in 1997.

He has served on the American Bankers Association's Community Bankers Council and Administrative Board and was co-president of the Florida Bankers Association. As a community advocate, Kim has served on numerous boards, including Easter Seals, Friends of the LeRoy Collins Leon County Public Library and Leadership Tallahassee. In 1991, Kim received the Julian V. Smith Award, presented by the Capital City Bank Group Foundation, in recognition of distinguished service to his community. In 2012, Kim was named “Banker of the Year,” a prestigious honor presented annually by the Florida Bankers Association to an industry member who demonstrates above-and-beyond dedication to the banking industry and service to his or her community.

> Tom Allen

Residential Mortgage

Tom Allen

Tom Allen

Residential Mortgage Lending

Tom Allen joined Capital City Bank in 2008 to assist in developing the Virtual Banking Division. In late 2013, he transferred to the Residential Mortgage Lending Division where, as manager, he directs the department’s efforts to obtain loans on primary residences, vacation homes and certain other residential properties, including residential lot loans.

Tom received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Florida State University and is a  graduate of both Leadership Florida and Leadership Tallahassee. He currently serves on the Community Foundation of North Florida Board where he leads the Investment Committee.  He also serves on the Board of Governors, Executive Committee, and serves as Treasurer for Leon County’s Research and Development Committee at Innovation Park.

> Ed Canup

Revenue

Ed Canup

Ed Canup

EVP & Co-Chief Operating Officer, Revenue

Ed joined Capital City in 1983 after earning a degree in accounting from Florida State University. Over the years, he has worked in internal auditing, financial accounting, investment management, asset/liability management and commercial lending. In 1999, he accepted the position as executive vice president for Commercial Real Estate Lending.

Born and raised in Tallahassee, his leadership roles in the community have included serving on the boards of the Salvation Army, Friends of the LeRoy Collins Leon County Public Library and Tallahassee Ronald McDonald House. He is also a graduate of Leadership Tallahassee.

> Bethany H. Corum

Operations and Delivery

Beth Corum

Bethany H. Corum

EVP & Co-Chief Operating Officer, Operations and Delivery

Beth Corum joined Capital City Bank in January 2006 as Chief People Officer. In 2015, she was named Co-Chief Operating Officer, where she directs all operations and delivery for the Bank. As a member of the Capital City Bank executive management team, her primary responsibilities include oversight of IT, loan and deposit operations, facilities management, the information security and disaster recovery functions, and omnichannel delivery. She also retains her title as Chief People Officer responsible for human resources, benefits and associate development.

During Beth’s tenure as Chief People Officer, Capital City Bank was listed among Florida Trend magazine’s “Best Places to Work” in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016; Georgia Trend magazine’s “Best Places to Work” in 2016; and American Banker magazine’s “Best Banks to Work” in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

Beth earned a master's degree in communications from Florida State University and has an undergraduate degree in journalism from the University of Tennessee. She also holds the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation.

Beth has served in numerous volunteer leadership roles with the Tallahassee Ballet, Junior League of Tallahassee, Alumnae Panhellenic of Tallahassee, the Florida House in Washington, D.C., and the United Way of the Big Bend. She has served on the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce board and executive committee. In 2009, Beth was named among the “25 Women to Know” in Tallahassee by the Tallahassee Democrat. She is a graduate of Leadership Tallahassee Class XXVI and Leadership Florida Class XXXI. In 2015, Beth served as campaign chairman for the United Way of the Big Bend, raising more than $4.3 million for human and social services needs.

> Brooke Hallock

Marketing

Brooke Hallock

Brooke Hallock

Chief Brand Officer

Brooke Hallock joined Capital City Bank in 2004. As Chief Brand Officer, she is the keeper and promoter of the star. During her career at Capital City Bank, Brooke has served as public relations manager and marketing director. She oversees the Capital City brand, including advertising, internal and external communications, public relations, philanthropy and client service projects.

Raised in Middleburg, Fla., Brooke has lived in Tallahassee since 1991. Prior to joining Capital City Bank, Hallock was Assistant Director of Public Relations for Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, where she served 10 years. A graduate of Florida State University with a bachelor's degree in public relations, she serves on the board for both the Challenger Learning Center and the Junior League of Tallahassee. Hallock has supported fundraising committees for Big Bend Hospice, United Way of the Big Bend and the Seminole Boosters. She is a graduate of Leadership Tallahassee and is also a member of the Florida Public Relations Association Capital Chapter and Tiger Bay. In 2013, Brooke was selected among an elite group of dedicated community leaders to receive the distinction of the Tallahassee Democrat’s “25 Women You Need To Know.”

> Randy Lashua

OmniChannel Delivery

Randy Lashua

Randy Lashua

OmniChannel Delivery

Randy Lashua joined the Capital City Services Company in 2006 to serve as IT Manager overseeing IT operations and the correspondent bank processing function. In late 2015, he transitioned to his current role as OmniChannel Delivery manager, where his primary focus is ensuring Capital City Bank provides a seamless delivery experience via our banking offices and technology channels.

Randy holds a finance degree from the University of Florida and is a graduate of the Florida School of Banking. He spent most of his career prior to connecting with Capital City Bank in customer facing roles with two Fortune 500 companies. Randy also serves as an elder on the executive team at Wildwood Church.

> Bill Moor

President, Capital City Banc Investments 
President, Capital City Trust Company

Bill Moore

Bill Moor

President

Bill began his career at Capital City Bank in 1987 as a methods analyst. As Capital City Banc Investments president, Bill implemented and manages the retail brokerage service provided by INVEST Financial Corporation located in Capital City Bank offices. In addition, Bill is the president of Capital City Trust Company.

Bill graduated from the University of Florida and earned his master’s degree in business administration from Florida State University. Bill is also a graduate of Leadership Tallahassee and Leadership Florida. He serves on the board for the Tallahassee Downtown Improvement Authority, the Economic Club of Florida, The Governor’s Club and the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce; and is a past chair of the board. Bill is also Treasurer of Economic Development Council of Tallahassee/Leon County and serves on the executive committee for both the Florida Bankers Association and the Trust Division for the Florida Bankers Association, and is on the Grievance Committee for the Florida Bar Association. Bill is involved with Saint John’s Episcopal Church serving on the Finance Committee and investment committee for its Foundation. Bill is a member of Capital Tiger Bay Club and the Tallahassee Exchange Club.

> Kyle Phelps

Corporate & Professional Banking

Kyle Phelps

Corporate & Professional Banking

Kyle Phelps came to Capital City Bank in 2007, and as Corporate & Professional Banking manager, he oversees delivery of financial solutions for mid to large-sized companies in the company footprint. Kyle began his banking career in 2004 as a management trainee with BB&T and stepped into the role of commercial lender later that year. Since joining Capital City Bank, he has held positions in commercial real estate lending and asset resolution before being promoted to his current role in 2015.

Kyle is a Chartered Financial Analyst. He holds a finance degree from Liberty University and a master’s of business administration from the University of Florida. He serves as chair-elect for the Foundation for Leon County Schools and is a former Knight Creative Communities Institute Community Catalyst.

> Randall Sharpton

Enterprise Risk Officer & Internal Audit Manager

Randall Sharpton

Randall Sharpton

Enterprise Risk Officer & Internal Audit Manager

Randall began his banking career with Quincy State Bank in 1979 and has since earned 33 years of industry experience, serving the last seven as the internal audit manager for Capital City Bank Group, Inc. As internal audit manager, Randall oversees the audit function, managing the relationships with both internal and external audit firms and directing all reporting responsibilities. Randall also serves on the Capital City Bank Risk Oversight Committee, where he assists with the development and oversight of enterprise risk management initiatives.

Randall earned his associates degree from Tallahassee Community College in 1974 and his accounting and finance degrees from Florida State University in 1976. He is also a graduate of the BAI School for Bank Administration at the University of Wisconsin, where he earned his degree in Community Bank Management in 1983.

> Ramsay Sims

Metro Banking

Ramsay Sims

Ramsay Sims

Metro Banking

Ramsay Sims began his service with Capital City Bank in 2010 and currently leads the revenue teams in the Capital City Bank metro markets of Gainesville, Fla., Macon, Ga. and Tallahassee, Fla. In his career, he has amassed more than two decades of experience serving governments, corporations and non-profit organizations in the financial sector. Prior to joining Capital City Bank, Ramsay spent five years in public finance with Merrill Lynch, three years in corporate tax-exempt finance with Banc of America Securities, and six years in government finance with GE Capital.

Ramsay holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of the South (Sewanee) and a master’s in business administration from Florida State University. He serves on the board of America’s Second Harvest of the Big Bend, where he holds the offices of finance committee chair and treasurer. He also sits on the Leon County Educational Facilities Authority and the outreach commission at St. John’s Episcopal Church.

> Cheryl Thompson

Business Support Services

Cheryl Thompson

Cheryl Thompson

Business Support Services

When joining Capital City Bank in 2004, Cheryl brought 15 years of financial services experience in a variety of roles including teller, loan officer, office manager, human resources, system analyst, project manager and retail office administrator. Her current responsibilities as Business Support Services manager include directing the information technology, facilities and building management, purchasing, corporate training and project management functions for the Bank.

Cheryl received her business administration degree from the University of Florida and is a graduate of the American Bankers Association Stonier Graduate School of Banking. She also earned a Wharton Leadership Certificate. She was born and raised in Tallahassee and remains active in the community, serving as vice chair on the board of the Capital Area Community Action Agency and treasurer of the Junior Achievement board. She also served as a Loan Executive with the United Way of the Big Bend.

> Dale Thompson

Credit Administration

Dale Thompson

Dale Thompson

Credit Administration

Dale joined Capital City Bank in 1979. During his career at Capital City, he has served as credit manager, accounting manager, cashier and controller and has even managed the Bank's investment portfolio. Since 1987, Dale has worked with Capital City's corporate clients. For nearly eight years, he led the business banking division, and is currently serving as executive vice president of credit administration.

Dale is a Florida State University graduate and a Leadership Tallahassee alumnus. He currently serves on the board of America's Second Harvest of the Big Bend and chairs the Administrative Council of Chaires United Methodist Church.