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Glenn D. Leveridge to retire after 50 years in banking

Glenn D. Leveridge
Glenn D. Leveridge

WINCHESTER, Ky. — Central Bank announced Friday that Glenn D. Leveridge, Winchester market president, plans to retire effective July 3, 2020.

Leveridge spent 24 years of his 50 years in banking at Central Bank, serving as the Winchester market president since 2008.

A native Kentuckian, Leveridge’s career has been distinguished by service to his community, something he plans to continue as he enters retirement. A past recipient of the Outstanding Board Leadership Award from the Kentucky Nonprofit Network, he consistently encouraged his team to be active in the community during his time as Winchester market president.

Currently, Leveridge serves on the boards for Kentucky American Water, Baptist Health System Inc., BCTC Winchester, Hindman Settlement School and the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Central Kentucky Regional Advisory Council.