United Community Bank Adds Sandra Page as Regional Banking Executive in Myrtle Beach

Thursday, October 12th, 2017

United Community Bank is pleased to add veteran Myrtle Beach banker Sandra Page as its Regional Banking Executive for Retail in Myrtle Beach. In this role, Page will be responsible for overall management of retail and small business banking-related activities within the area, including sales and service, expense and credit controls, community leadership, human resource management and meeting financial and compliance standards. She will also help to develop, and ultimately, implement short and long term strategic goals.
 
“Sandra brings a wealth of local experience to our Myrtle Beach team,” said Dixon Woodward, regional president of United Community Bank – South Carolina. “She truly understands our commitment to client service and we look forward to seeing her leadership in action throughout Horry County.”
 
Page has more than 28 years of banking experience. She began her career in banking as a Teller/CSR and has advanced her career in the industry through years of hard work, dedication and education. She is a graduate of SC Banker’s School and the LSU Graduate School of Banking.
 
“I am excited about the opportunity to do what I love with an organization I am proud to be a part of,” said Page. “The banking industry has changed significantly and we must be able to differentiate ourselves. At United, we are responsive to our clients’ needs, easily accessible across our market, involved in the communities where we live, work and play and have local decision makers that understand our clients and their needs.”
 
Originally from Dillon, S.C., Page and her husband, Charles, have called Myrtle Beach home for several years. Page is involved with Rotary of Myrtle Beach as well as Muscular Dystrophy Association, March of Dimes and breast cancer awareness initiatives in the area. She also volunteers her time with her local church as treasurer.