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Patricia Nofsinger

Trust Assistant

Averett University B.S.(Business Administration) with a concentration in Accounting.

Patricia serves as a trust assistant in the Charlotte office. In this role she is responsible for working closely with clients and the day-to-day administration of trust and investment accounts.

Patricia started her career as a sales representative for Nestle Foods and later moved to Wachovia as servicing accountant for Wachovia Mortgage. She then transitioned into trust operations as a pension analyst obtaining her Senior Pension Analyst, CRSP designation.

A graduate of Averett University in Danville Virginia, she earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in accounting.

In her spare time, she works with various volunteer organizations and loves spending time with her husband Wes, two sons Matt and John and family and friends.

Greenville

355 South Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601, USA

(864) 271-3422

355 South Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601, USA

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