City Bank celebrates employee’s 40 year banking career

Wavalyn, aka “Wavy” begin her banking career with City Bank in August of 1979. She started as a teller then became one of several secretaries to Mr. Ed Pierson, president of the bank at that time. As times have changed and banking has evolved, she had served as Administrative Assistant to three presidents and one Sr. Vice President. Working with Jim Pierson they founded the City Bank Travel Club and lead customers on many varied and exciting trips around the US. Customer Service Representative is now another position she holds along with the travel club and being an administrative assistant.

“I have worked with my City Bank family for the last 40 years and have served the customers and the community with love and loyalty,” she said. “It has been a true pleasure to work with other employees in the bank and serve the banking needs of our community. I enjoy the work that I do and the people I come in contact with. I continue to grow and learn with each change that is made in the financial industry.”

Wavy was born and raised in Natchitoches and is a 1963 graduate of Natchitoches High School and a 1964 graduate of the Natchitoches Trade School with a degree in Office Management. She also attended NSU. Wavy has been married to “Sonny” Wagley for 55 years and they have two sons and one granddaughter. Wavy has been an active member of Westside Baptist Church all her life.

Wavy loves to travel and has enjoyed leading the City Bank Travel Club on many excursions throughout the United States. She has also traveled around the world and back again many times.

“I enjoy helping customers with their financial needs and decisions and providing them with the service and respect they deserve,” said Wavy. “I look forward too many more years of service and enjoyment.”

6 thoughts on “City Bank celebrates employee’s 40 year banking career

  1. I’ve had countless opportunities to work with Wavy both as a client and in her capacity as an employee of City Bank. I can’t remember ever leaving any of those interactions with anything less than a smile. Congratulations Miss Wavy.

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