How can we help you?THIS IS NOT A SECURE E-MAIL. For your security, we are unable to provide log-in assistance or answer questions related to an existing account through this channel. If you are enrolled in online banking, please log in and send us a secure message, or contact us via phone or online chat.
Thank you for your e-mail
Your message has been submitted, and a banker will respond by the next business day. If you would like to speak with a banker right away, please call us or choose our live online chat option. View complete hours and contact information.
Bill began his career at Capital City Bank in 1978 and worked in numerous capacities before being named president and chief executive officer of Capital City Bank Group, Inc. in January 1995. He was elected chairman in 2003 and also serves as the chairman of the Capital City Bank Board of Directors. Florida Trend Magazine recognizes him as one of the 500 most influential business executives in the state.
Bill's alma mater is Florida State University where he remains actively involved as a member of the Florida State Athletic Board. 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 Darlington School Board of Trustees and the First National Bankers Bank Board of Directors.
Tom joined Capital City in 1974 as a trainee, and after earning an MBA from Florida State University, served as a commercial loan officer prior to becoming president of Second National Bank and Industrial National Bank. He was named president of Capital City Bank in 1995, the 100-year anniversary of the founding of the Bank. 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 chair of the Seminole Boosters, as well as president of the Community Bankers of Florida. He currently serves on the boards of Capital Health Plan and Tall Timbers.
Jep Larkin joined Capital City Bank in 1986, and after serving in various credit roles early in his career, he lead the Capital City Bank Group Internal Audit Division from 1992 to 2002. He was subsequently appointed Capital City Bank Controller, where he served until assuming his current role as executive vice president and chief financial officer. As the principal accounting officer of the Company, he oversees all functions involving accounting and financial reporting, profitability analysis, financial planning and treasury.
Jep is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in Florida and Georgia and, in addition to his role as chief financial officer, serves the Company in a number of leadership roles including chairing the Asset/Liability and Market Risk Oversight Committees and overseeing the financial performance group within the Strategic Planning Committee. He assists managers in the evaluation and financial analysis of business line initiatives and acquisitions, and oversees the integration of accounting and financial reporting for the company’s merger and acquisition activity.
Jep holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and a Master of Business Administration in Finance from the Florida State University and is a graduate of the Stonier School of Banking. He is a dedicated volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters and Meals on Wheels, and a passionate supporter of the United Way of the Big Bend. He also serves his community as chair of the Leon County Audit Advisory Committee and a coach with Tallahassee Parks and Recreation. He is a deacon of Bradfordville First Baptist Church and has served in several capacities, including deacon secretary/officer, treasurer and a member of the finance committee.
Chief Operating Officer and member of the Capital City Bank executive management team, Beth Corum's primary responsibilities include overseeing the commercial lending, retail market management, wealth management, information technology, loan and deposit operations, facilities management and information security departments, as well as the disaster recovery and human resources talent development functions. Under her leadership, Capital City Bank has been recognized as a Best Place to Work by Florida Trend magazine annually since 2012, as well as a Best Place to Work by Georgia Trend magazine and a Best Bank to Work for by the American Banker every year since 2013.
Corum holds the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation, a bachelor's degree from the University of Tennessee at Martin College of Humanities and a master's degree from Florida State University. She is a dedicated community advocate and currently serves as a director of Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare, United Way of the Big Bend and the Community Foundation of North Florida. She is chairman of the Children's Home Society of North Florida, a trustee for the Florida Bankers Educational Foundation and past chairman of the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce. Additionally, Corum is a Leadership Tallahassee and Leadership Florida graduate.
Corum is recipient of the 2019 Julian V. Smith Award, an honor reserved for the Capital City Associate who embodies a spirit of volunteerism and selflessly gives of his or herself for the benefit of others. She was named Tallahassee's 2019 Woman of the Year by Tallahassee Woman magazine and received a Pinnacle Award from 850 Business Magazine.
Tom Allen joined Capital City Bank in 2008 and assisted with development of the Virtual Banking Division. He transferred to the Residential Mortgage Lending Division in late 2013, where he directed the department’s efforts to obtain loans on primary residences, vacation homes, and certain other residential properties, including residential lot loans. In 2020, he assumed the role of Real Estate Management where he focuses on the Real Estate assets of the Bank.
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 Volunteer Florida Board of Commissioners and the Leon County Research and Development Board of Governors.
Bradley began her career with Capital City Bank in 1994 as a teller and advanced to head teller, client service center representative and banking office manager before joining the HR team in 2013. Throughout her 29 years of service, the Company has relied on Bradley’s transformational leadership and passion for equality and human rights both as a tenured member of its human resources team as well as founder and champion of its Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging (DEI&B) Council.
Bradley holds her SHRM-CP certification and an MBA in Business Administration and Human Resources Management from Saint Leo University. Additionally, she received her Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Leadership from Valencia College in Orlando, Fla. and earned an Associate of Arts degree from North Florida College in Madison, Fla. Bradley and her husband, Thurston, have two children, Kierston and Shelton. She is an active member of the Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church and is dedicated to strengthening her community through volunteer service with her church as well as on projects supporting the local food bank.
Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer
Pamela Gay began her career with Capital City Bank in 1998 and leads the HR team in delivering quality service and support for our Capital City Associates. The Company has recognized her as a 2022 Star Summit honoree for distinguished service and leadership. Additionally, she is a recipient of the 2010 Julian V. Smith Community Involvement Award, an honor reserved for the Capital City Associate who embodies a spirit of volunteerism and selflessly gives of themselves for the benefit of others. A Society of Human Resource Management Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP), Gay earned an undergraduate degree in Humanities from Florida State University and holds certifications in Human Resources Management from Cornell University. She is a member of the Big Bend SHRM and a dedicated supporter of the United Way of the Big Bend and the American Cancer Society. In her spare time, Gay assists in researching and recording the history of Fellowship Assembly of God Church. Throughout the course of the pandemic, Gay worked diligently for 30 months alongside Chief Information Security Officer LeAnne Staalenburg executing a COVID-19 response plan to ensure the health and safety of all associates.
Randy Lashua joined Capital City Bank in 2006 to serve as IT manager overseeing IT operations and the correspondent bank processing function. In late 2015, he transitioned to Omni-Channel Delivery manager charged with ensuring Capital City Bank provides a seamless delivery experience via our banking offices and technology channels. He was named chief retail officer in 2023.
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 client-facing roles with two Fortune 500 companies. He is a member of Discover Financial Services’ PULSE Issuer Advisory Council for Debit as well as the Fiserv Managed Services Advisory Group.
Bill began his career at Capital City Bank in 1987 as a methods analyst. As Capital City Investments president, Bill implemented and manages the retail brokerage service provided by LPL Financial, located in Capital City Bank offices. In addition, Bill is the president of Capital City Trust Company and Capital City Strategic Wealth.
Bill graduated from the University of Florida and earned his master’s degree in business administration from Florida State University. He is also a graduate of Leadership Tallahassee and Leadership Florida, and serves on the board of the Tallahassee Downtown Improvement Authority. Bill is past chair and current board member for the Economic Club of Florida as well as past chair and executive committee member for the Trust Division of the Florida Bankers Association. Bill is also a member of the finance committee for the Saint John's Episcopal Church and serves on the board of the Saint John’s Episcopal Church Foundation. He is active on the Power 5 team of the United Way and a member of Capital Tiger Bay Club and the Tallahassee Exchange Club. Bill is also past chair of the Governor’s Club and the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce.
A Certified Public Accountant and Chartered Global Management Accountant with a professional career spanning nearly three decades, Nichols’ resume boasts accumulated experience in every area of traditional finance, including accounting, financial planning, mergers and acquisitions, project management, system implementation, strategy and general management. Plus, prominent roles in technology and public accounting companies both in the United States and Europe. He joined Capital City Bank in 2004 as senior vice president in the Credit Administration Department with the primary responsibility of directing loan delivery and portfolio risk management, and was appointed chief credit officer in 2024.
Nichols has a keen interest and inclination toward process enhancement, which he has leveraged to the advantage of the Bank throughout his tenure. Responsible for both loan origination oversight and managing the Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL) methodology of the Bank, Nichols has been a driving force behind several loan delivery and process enhancements, including implementing new digital lending software, as well as proposing improved approaches to loss estimation and risk management. Nichols has been selected by the Company three times (2010, 2019 and 2021) to be recognized for his contributions at its Star Summit event, which annually honors the most successful sales and service leaders across all divisions of the Company. In 2021, Nichols was among a group of lenders, loan operation bankers and credit administration associates to receive the top service honor at Star Summit – the Mountain Mover Award – in acknowledgement of tireless efforts to support our Paycheck Protection Program in 2020.
Nichols earned his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Florida State University and is a member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA). He is a member of the Pi Kappa Phi Properties Board of Directors and serves on both the finance and investment committees of Trinity United Methodist Church. Nichols is also a member of Leadership Tallahassee and the Capital Tiger Bay Club.
Greg has been an industry leader for over three decades. His expertise lies in driving results through strategic planning, collaboration, and innovation. He started the company in 2006 and has overseen its growth to become a top five lender in Georgia. Under his leadership, Capital City Home Loans has seen a steady increase in sales over the last two years and has expanded to 24 locations, doing business in 9 states. He serves on the Boards of Directors for several financial institutions, non-profits and industry overseers.
Ramsay Sims began his service with Capital City Bank in 2010 and currently serves as the bank’s Chief Lending Officer. In his career, he has amassed decades of experience serving corporations, governments 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 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 previously served on the board of America’s Second Harvest of the Big Bend, where he held the offices of finance committee chair, treasurer and president. Ramsay also served as a vestry member at St. John’s Episcopal Church, and is the current board president for the Leon County Educational Facilities Authority.
Senior Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer
LeAnne Staalenburg joined the Capital City Team in 1994 and is responsible for implementing and overseeing governance of the corporate physical, logical and cyber security programs. In this capacity, she is charged with ensuring security programs align with business objectives, promoting a culture of strong information security company-wide, as well as directing the Incident Response, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery functions of the Bank. Additionally, she serves as chair of the Security Strategy Team and Operations Risk Oversight Committee. Staalenburg is a graduate of Abraham Baldwin College and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM). She lends her professional expertise in the community as co-chair of the American Bankers Association Cyber & Information Security Working Group, board member with the Cyber Risk Institute, member of the conference content board for the American Bankers Association Risk & Compliance Conference, and a frequent speaker at a variety of conferences related to the security, enterprise risk management and vendor management industries. Additionally, Staalenburg proudly volunteers with Emerge Church and Buck Lake
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 include directing the information technology, facilities and building management, purchasing, corporate training, loan and deposit operations, transactional risk/fraud prevention 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.
Cheryl was born and raised in Tallahassee and remains active in the community. She served 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.