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Thursday February 11th, 2016 10:55PM

Hamrick named to new position with Wells Fargo

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Frances Hamrick has been named Regional Bank Private Banker (RBPB) for Wells Fargo in Gainesville.

In this new role, Hamrick will work with clients to understand their financial needs and provide solutions to help meet short- and long-term goals. She will also work to coordinate the knowledge and resources of other Wells Fargo specialists, including trust and estate planning, investment management, life insurance and brokerage services through Wells Fargo Investments, LLC.

"It's great to have Frances serving the Gainesville community in this capacity," said Robert Horn, district manager. "By adding this position in Gainesville, we are able to connect our customers to Wells Fargo products and services, which helps us continue to meet their financial needs and help them succeed financially."

Hamrick has more than ten years of experience in financial services, and joined Wells Fargo in 2004 as a registered personal banker.

Hamrick earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Georgia. A long-time Gainesville resident, she lives in Gainesville with her husband and daughter Leanne, where they are active at First United Methodist Church.
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