First Citizens employee retires after 42 years

From staff reports
Posted 6/11/21

Elaine Woodworth has retired from First Citizens Bank of Dunn after 42 years of service in the banking industry.

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First Citizens employee retires after 42 years

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Elaine Woodworth has retired from First Citizens Bank of Dunn after 42 years of service in the banking industry.

Customers and co-workers honored her with a retirement celebration June 3.

Woodworth began her career in 1978 with Home Savings and Loan, which was bought by Raleigh Federal Bank, which was sold to First Union, which sold its building to First Citizens Bank.

First Citizens Bank honored Woodworth’s time over those years from 1978 to 2020 as her years of service.

Woodworth started as secretary for Chief Executive Officer Jimmy Thomas, then went on to do various roles such as teller, customer service, consumer loans, new accounts, and has been licensed for brokerage since 2005, which mutual funds became a part of that role.

“I’ve helped a lot of people over the years and am excited for what the future holds,” said Woodworth.

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