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Letter: F&M Bank steps up to help with Payroll Protection Program

I would like to give a shoutout to F&M Bank.

The service and support that we received as we charted the new unknown territory of the Payroll Protection Program has been extraordinary. Tim Proper and the staff were able to answer our questions quickly and point us in the right direction for answers. Their response time was almost immediate.

They even worked weekends to ensure that our loan would be approved in time. This loan gives us a much-needed lifeline to continue to provide essential care to the essential employees in our community.

F&M Bank has helped our organization succeed for years, but this far exceeded our expectations. Thank you F&M Bank for all you do for our community.

— Norma Honeycutt

Salisbury

Editor’s note: Norma Honeycutt is executive director of Partners In Learning Child Development and Family Resource Center.

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