LEXINGTON, Ky. — Rockie Mason has joined Cumberland Valley National Bank & Trust as market president for Lexington.
Mason brings more than 22 years of banking experience to pursuing new banking relationships, as well as managing and motivating CVNB’s bankers at its two Lexington locations.
“We are so excited to welcome Rockie into our CVNB family,” said CVNB’s President & CEO Elmo Greer. “His experience and skillset will be an asset to our customers and our bank. Rockie genuinely cares about building relationships and helping people, he’s a perfect fit for our company culture.”
Mason said, “I am thrilled to be joining such a great organization with longstanding Kentucky history. I look forward to continuing to serve the financial needs of those in Central Kentucky.”
Mason, a Lexington native, attended Henry Clay High School and graduated from Auburn University with a degree in business administration and marketing.
He is a current member of the Commercial Property Association of Lexington (CPAL), CCIM-Kentucky Chapter, and Bluegrass Angels. He has also served in numerous leadership roles on the boards of Refuge for Women and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA).
Mason and his wife Kim have raised two successful women, McKinley Mason-Scholtz and Victoria Mason, who both work and live in Washington, D.C.
Mason’s office is at CNB’s Nicholasville Road Branch, located directly across from Baptist Health hospital.
CVNB, with a banking history of more than 116 years, is a privately-held financial institution headquartered in London, Ky. that operates 14 branch locations in six Kentucky cities: London, Corbin, Berea, Richmond, Somerset, and Lexington. More information can be found at CVNB.com.