Business news, Nov. 1
Published 8:32 am Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Walter appointed to Board of Directors
Matthew R. Walter has been appointed by the First Federal Savings Bank of Kentucky Board of Directors to fulfill the unexpired term of retiring Director, W. Banks Hudson.
A partner with Helton, Walter and Noelker, Attorneys at Law, “Matt” is a Danville, Ky., native and 1996 honors graduate of Danville High School. He attended Presbyterian College, in Clinton, S. C., graduating in 2000 with highest honors in Political Science and History. Matt obtained his J.D. from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 2003, and since then has successfully represented clients in various District, Circuit, Federal and Appellate Courts of Kentucky. Since returning to Danville in 2003, Matt and his wife, Audrey, have been active members of Trinity Episcopal Church and have served on several non-profit boards in the Central Kentucky area. Audrey and Matt have three children, Lilla (10), Annie Capers (7) and Townsend, aka “Mr. T.” (6).
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William H. Johnson, Area President of Central Kentucky Federal Savings Bank, a division of First Federal Savings Bank of Kentucky, said “We are just delighted to have Matt join our Board of Directors. He brings to the table a strong commitment to his family, church and community as well as a unique connection to the bank’s history. Matt’s grandfather, Mr. E. H. Walter served this institution in various roles that included 27 years as a Director.” Johnson added, “Mr. Walter’s tenure began in 1958 with Central Kentucky Building and Loan Association as Secretary-Treasurer and by 1960 he had secured federal deposit insurance for the association, allowing for the name change to Central Kentucky Savings and Loan Association. In 1968 Mr. Walter also oversaw the construction of the present day Central Kentucky Federal Savings Bank building on Main Street in Danville.”
Johnson further noted “Matt Walter’s appointment to our Board of Directors continues a family legacy of service to Central Kentucky Federal Savings Bank.”
Farmers National Bank Introduces Teller on Demand – Danville’s First Interactive Teller Machine
Farmers National Bank has introduced Teller on Demand, an innovative technology that allows customers to conduct machine-based transactions with the assistance of a live bank representative.
Teller on Demand specialists, who speak and assist customers on a video screen, can perform most of the same transactions and service customers receive in-branch through an Interactive Teller Machine. Customers can speak to a Danville-based Farmers National Bank representative by simply touching the screen. It is open during extended hours for added convenience: 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday, and 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturdays.
Teller on Demand is available at the drive-thru of the bank’s new Garland Drive location at the corner of the South Danville Bypass and Hustonville Road, as well as at the Greenleaf Shopping Center. Teller on Demand can also be used for ATM transactions as well, 24 hours a day.
Teller on Demand carries on Farmers National Bank’s tradition of blending technology with personal service. Farmers National Bank opened Danville’s first drive through facility in 1959, and offered Danville’s first ATM in 1978.
“We are excited about the new technologies and services we have introduced this year and those we have planned for the future,” says Marty Gibson, President of Farmers National Bank. “Each of these investments were based on customer and community needs and feedback. Solutions like Teller on Demand allows us to offer in-demand products and services, to supplement our in-branch service from knowledgeable, caring people.”
Farmers National Bank, a community owned bank since 1879, has banking facilities in Danville, Burgin, Harrodsburg, Junction City, Lancaster, Perryville and Stanford.