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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 1989. 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 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 Leon County’s 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 28 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 (DE&I) Council.
Bradley holds her SHRM-CP certification and is working toward her MBA in Human Resources Management at Saint Leo University. 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 and East Ridge High School, where her son is a junior.
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.
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 for the Tallahassee Downtown Improvement Authority. Bill is president of the Economic Club of Florida, and past chair of the Governor’s Club and the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce. He is also past chair and currently serves on the executive committee for the Trust Division for the Florida Bankers Association. He serves on both the finance committee for Saint John's Episcopal Church and the board of Saint John’s Episcopal Church Foundation. Bill is a member of Capital Tiger Bay Club and the Tallahassee Exchange 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 leads the revenue teams in the Capital City Bank markets of Metro Gainesville, plus Gadsden, Gulf, Jefferson, Madison, Taylor and Wakulla counties in Florida, as well as Bibb and Grady counties in Ga. 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 vestry member at St. John’s Episcopal Church, and is the current board president for the Leon County Educational Facilities Authority.
Dale joined Capital City Bank in 1979, and has served as credit manager, accounting manager, cashier and controller, and has managed the Bank's investment portfolio. In 1987, Dale began working with Capital City's corporate clients and led the business banking division for nearly eight years. He currently serves as executive vice president of credit administration.
Dale is a Florida State University graduate and a Leadership Tallahassee alumnus. He has served as chair of America's Second Harvest of the Big Bend, member of the administrative council of Chaires United Methodist Church, and member of the Florida State Board of Professional Land Surveyors. He has also served on committees for the Florida Bankers Association and the Leon County Commission, and participated as a fundraising team leader for the United Way of the Big Bend.
Dale is the 2009 recipient of the Godfrey Smith Award, the highest individual honor a Capital City Bank associate can receive. He was also presented the distinguished 2017 Compass Award, which was established by Capital City Bank in in tribute to beloved associate and extraordinary banker Skip Smith and conferred to recognize a banker whose expertise, integrity and professionalism is a guiding light for all those around him or her.