Central Bank announces new hires, promotions

John A. Hubbuch, Jr.

LEXINGTON and LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Mark Wheeler, Louisville market president, announced that John A. Hubbuch, Jr. has joined Central Bank as vice president, commercial lending.

Hubbuch is native of Louisville, where he attended St. Xavier High School. He also his earned bachelor’s degree in marketing and economics from the University of Kentucky.

Additionally, Central Bank Chairman, president and CEO, Luther Deaton, Jr., announced the promotion of Angela Campbell to assistant vice president, security.

Angela Campbell

Campbell has been with Central Bank for more than 35 years, working in security since 1996. A native of Lexington, Campbell is a graduate of Henry Clay High School. Campbell holds the distinction of being certified as both an Anti-Money Laundering Specialist and a Financial Crimes Specialist. An active member of her community, she serves as secretary for Bluegrass Crime Stoppers and is a member of the ACAMS, ACFCS, CPAAA and FISOA.

Central Bank is headquartered in Lexington, Ky. Central Bank serves consumers and businesses with full-service banking, investment, mortgage, insurance and wealth management services, all provided locally. Central Bank is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Central Bancshares, Inc. that operates 28 banking offices and 39 ATMs in Boone, Clark, Fayette, Jefferson, Jessamine, Kenton, Madison, and Scott counties.  Two additional banking centers were opened during the first quarter of 2019, located at 3541 Outer Loop in Louisville, Ky; and at 9021 U.S. Highway 42 in Union, Ky. Central Bancshares is the holding company for Central Bank & Trust Co., Central Insurance Services and Central Investment Center. Central Bank was recently honored as a Best Place to Work in Kentucky

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