Scott Mayfield, Mortgage Loan Originator, Receives Regions Bank’s Top Associate Honor

Regions Bank (NYSE: RF) today announced that Scott Mayfield, Mortgage Loan Originator in Dyersburg, Tenn., is the October 2013 recipient of the Regions Bank Better Life Award. The Better Life Award is the top honor given to an associate of Regions for outstanding dedication and job performance, as well as exemplary involvement and commitment to the community.

A video profile of Scott Mayfield is available on the Regions Financial YouTube channel.

In his seven years with Regions, Mayfield has proven to be a tremendous partner with his fellow associates and someone who leads by example. He has gained the respect and trust of his colleagues and continually receives referrals from satisfied customers. His experience as a survivor of Hurricane Katrina who relocated to West Tennessee and his enthusiasm to help sets him apart.

“Scott is someone who has learned this industry quickly and done so much good at the same time,” said Chuck Mader, Regions Mid-America Mortgage Executive. “He has helped so many people – especially those who have served our country – get into a home or into a better financial situation through his efforts.”

The Better Life Award is presented monthly to a Regions associate who lives the company’s mission to make life better for customers, associates and the communities it serves, and who is an example of the company’s values:
  • Put People First
  • Do What Is Right
  • Focus On Your Customer
  • Reach Higher
  • Enjoy Life

Regions associates are nominated by their managers and peers for the award. Regions Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Grayson Hall honors recipients at the company’s headquarters in Birmingham, Ala., at a meeting broadcast live to offices and branches in the 16 states Regions serves. In addition to the recognition, associates earning the Better Life Award will receive an additional week of vacation and a crystal award.

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