Tennessee Valley Region

Market President: Darris Frost

Our Tennessee Valley region delivers exceptional service by building personal relationships with local banking customers across five locations in Morgan County, with offices in Decatur, Hartselle, Lacey's Spring and Somerville.

We’re proud of how we’ve grown by serving small businesses and consumers alike through offering services that other banks simply don’t. Our lending department, for example, can handle any type of loan, from small loans to large, complicated ones. Whether you need a home loan, a construction loan, or a small business loan, we can handle it - and we have helped countless Morgan County residents and businesses grow and prosper.

We also love our communities and we think Morgan County is one of the best places to live and work in the entire state of Alabama.

Contact us if you have banking questions, need advice, or want to know more about how we can help you and your business thrive.

1 Decatur Downtown & ATM

401 Lee Street
Decatur - (256) 301-0200

2 Decatur SE & ATM

1737 6th Avenue SE
Decatur - (256) 260-1774

3 Hartselle & ATM

501 Hwy 31 SW
Hartselle - (256) 754-0045

4 Lacey’s Spring & ATM

10437 Hwy 36 East
Lacey’s Spring - (256) 882-3204

5 Somerville & ATM

5276 Hwy 67, Suite 6
Somerville - (256) 778-9172

Darris Frost DFrost@PeoplesBankAl.com 256.301.0210 NMLS# 704901
Corey Griffin CGriffin@PeoplesBankAl.com 256.754.0045 NMLS# 704902
Brent Breedlove BBreedlove@PeoplesBankAl.com 256.260.1776 NMLS# 776915
Anthony Maloneamalone@peoplesbankal.com256.301.0214NMLS# 675483
Small business credit seminar

We hosted a Small Business Seminar at the Decatur-Morgan County Entrepreneurial Center discussing smart strategies for financing your business including cash flow, collateral, sources of funds and much more!


Bankers at Morgan County BOE

The Tennessee Valley Region sponsored breakfast for the Morgan County Schools in-service day. We also provided school planners and door prizes.


Bankers and collected food

The Tennessee Valley Region, including ProBilling and Funding Service, participated with a diaper and baby wipes drive for FACES of Morgan County.  The diapers were donated to foster children and children exposed to domestic violence. Disabilities and other issues.

The Committee on Church Cooperation received almost 1,000 items during our Strike Out Hunger summer food drive!

Bankers wearing United Way Serve shirts

Team members in our Tennessee Valley Region sold t-shirts to raise money in support of their local chapter of the United Way. Be Inspired!