Meet Justin Fleming (NMLS:2016623). Fleming is originally from Lubbock, Texas where he was born and raised! Fleming attended Lubbock ISD from K-12 and is a proud graduate of Texas Tech. Fleming currently serves as a Vice President, Branch President at our Milwaukee branch location.
Fleming has been with the bank since 2020 when he started as a Portfolio Manager helping Lubbock grow and maintain clients. He then transitioned to a Commercial Lender, followed by Branch President where he continues to manage relationships and finance real estate and working capital for businesses.
More Interesting Facts about Justin Fleming:
What does a “day in the life” look like for you in your role? I am typically in the office answering calls and responding to emails to ensure loan pipelines are moving along quickly. My role is to make certain our clients’ accounts and loans are functional and meeting their expectations by delivering solutions that meet their needs and providing excellent customer service.
I’m fortunate to work for a bank that encourages me to spend parts of my day with great organizations such as Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Lubbock Rotary, South Plains Food Bank, and the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce. I’m also privileged to work with a wonderful group of people at my branch that share FCB’s “You Above All” mentality.
What is your family like? I have a fun, beautiful wife who is a Nurse Practitioner and expecting mom. She works in the Covenant Emergency Room and takes care of our two ferocious Maltipoo dogs.
What are your hobbies or interests outside of work? I enjoy all things related to personal finance, investing and technology. My wife and I like to travel both domestically and internationally.
What is your favorite meal or food that you cannot live without? I could eat tacos for every meal – and some days I do.
What was the best concert you’ve ever attended? Either EDC or my wife’s daily singing.
What was the last book you read? “Thinking Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman – it’s an excellent book that looks at our intuitive biases that affect our memory, judgement, and decisions. Perhaps not the most exciting read though.
Who is your hero? Both of my grandfathers were very influential in my life. They were farmers and businessmen who passed along their strong work ethic and deep values.
What is your favorite place you’ve ever traveled to? Switzerland – Namely Lucerne and Lausanne. The mountains and lakes are spectacular all year long. The fondue and chocolate aren’t too bad either.
What is your favorite all-time quote? “Suffer the pain of discipline or suffer the pain of regret.”
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