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Tiffany Farwell, CTFA

Trust Officer

Certified Trust and Fiduciary Advisor
Southeastern Trust School at Campbell University
University of North Carolina Asheville

As a Trust Officer for Argent Trust, Tiffany is responsible for the daily operating, client service and reporting in the company’s funeral and cemetery trust division.

Before joining Argent Trust Company, Tiffany was Trust Operations Supervisor at Live Oak Trust, a division of Live Oak Bank. Before coming to Live Oak Bank Tiffany worked as a Trust Client Service associate for First Citizens Bank for 9 years. Tiffany has been in the Trust industry for over 11 years having experience in personal trust as well as funeral and cemetery trust. Tiffany is a graduate of UNC Asheville and holds a diploma from the Southeastern Trust School at Campbell University.

Wilmington

2602 Iron Gate Drive Suite 202, Wilmington, NC 28412

(910) 550-0526

2602 Iron Gate Drive Suite 202, Wilmington, NC 28412

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Funeral & Cemetery Trusts

Funeral & Cemetery Trusts

Argent’s dedicated funeral and cemetery trust group serves the deathcare industry across the United States with preneed, perpetual care, and merchandise trusts, as well as investment management.

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