LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Felisha Dowdy and Jim Heider have joined Paducah Bank’s new Louisville office as assistant vice president, Senior Community Banking and Treasury Management Relationship Manager and vice president, Senior Commercial Relationship Manager, respectively.
Dowdy has previously worked for the Bank of Louisville, and then continued with BB&T after they acquired Bank of Louisville in 2001. She has most recently worked with Commonwealth Bank & Trust, and has had roles in retail banking, private banking, treasury management and business lending. She has a BA in Corporate and Organizational Communication with a minor in Business from Eastern Kentucky University.
Dowdy is active with Gilda’s Club of Louisville, and has been involved with the American Heart Association, Cabbage Patch Settlement House, The Highland Commerce Guild, St. Matthews Business Association, and the North East Louisville Business Association.
Heider has previously worked for PNC as regional market manager for Treasury Management service, and Corporate and Institutional Banking. He has a BBA in Finance from Florida International University and is a Permanent Certified Cash Manager.
Heider is a volunteer with the VA, and was a member of the Leadership Louisville 2010 program.
The Paducah Bank Louisville office will have an official grand opening and ribbon cutting on September 13. The office is located in the Hurstbourne Park Office Building, at 9200 Shelbyville Road.
Paducah Bank is an award-winning, locally-owned bank with locations in the city and county. The Bank has six locations throughout the community and employs 135 people. Paducah Bank is currently the top small business lender and the top mortgage lender in Paducah/McCracken County. Paducah Bank was named the Best Place to Work in Kentucky among medium-sized companies in 2006. In 2008, Paducah Bank was chosen by the Wall Street Journal as one of the nation’s Top 15 Small Workplaces. Paducah Bank was named Best Bank in the Paducah Sun Readers’ Choice Awards in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. In 2015, the Bank was the only Kentucky bank recognized for the effective use of social media by the Independent Community Bankers of America.