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 Alfred D. Hardee

Alfred D. Hardee, Chairman

Organizing Director, 1999

Hardee, 58, has served as a director since the bank’s inception in 1998. He was elected in 2011 to serve as vice-chairman of the board of directors, and has served as a member of the board's Executive Committee, Audit Committee, Personnel Committee, and Corporate Governance Committee.
A 2000 graduate of the Community Bankers Director College, and a 2012 graduate of the ICBA Bank Director’s University, Hardee is the retired owner of Hardee Ford, now managed by sons Shaun and Chris. He has been a member of the Community Memorial Healthcenter Board of Trustees for eleven years, two of those as chairman, and currently serves as vice-chair. His commitment to the hospital is unwavering and has been underscored with participation in two capital campaigns. The first resulted in a Cancer and Rehabilitation Center, and the second is currently supporting the construction of a radiation therapy center and surgical tower.
“I am truly honored to have been chosen by the Board of Directors to serve as their Chairman. I look forward to leading the Board in enhancing the value and contributions to our shareholders, customers and community,” says Hardee. “I am extremely excited about the Board and management team we now have in place. We have the best around, and are well positioned to lead CCB into the future. The future is exciting for CCB and I am proud and honored to be part of this organization.”
Hardee is married to the former Cathy Hawkins of Carson, Va., and they have two sons, two grandsons, and one granddaughter. He is an active member of Olive Branch Baptist Church where he serves as financial officer and plays electric bass guitar for the Christian praise band "Footstool." Relocating to the lake country region over 20 years ago from the Hopewell/Chester area, he currently enjoys living on Buggs Island Lake, playing golf, reading, traveling and playing music.



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