2012 marks the 50th year that Curtis Mayo has
been associated with The Bank of Gleason. He became a
member of the bank in 1962 joining the entire staff of M. E.
Fanning, Bob Owen, Martha Hagler, and Edith Hunter.
Starting out as a Teller- Bookkeeper, he was promoted
throughout the years, became President in 1997 and C.E.O. in
1999. Elected to the Board of Directors in May of 1971, he
became Chairman in February of 2001.
has turned over many of the day-to-day activities to the
bank’s able officers and employees, Curtis, as C.E.O. and
Chairman, continues to guide the Bank of Gleason as a strong
bank with emphasis on stability and service to its local
was born November 9, 1943 in Weakley County, Tennessee. His
parents were the late Lucille and Floyd Mayo. He has one
brother Jessie Mayo. He and his wife Judy Vaughn Mayo live
on their farm just outside of Gleason where they enjoy
visits from their four children, Bethany Bearden, Amy
Wynne, Curt Mayo and Janie Clair West and their five
In honor of
his 50 years of community service, The Gleason Gazelles
have named Curtis as Grand Marshall of the Tater Town
Parade. A reception hosted by Bank of Gleason Employees
and The Gleason Gazelles will be held at The Gleason First
Methodist Church Family Life Center on Sunday afternoon,
September 02, 2012 from 2:00 until 4:00 PM. All friends
and associates past and present are invited to share this
very special occasion with Curtis and his family.