MT. STERLING, Ky. — Traditional Bank has promoted Allison Roberts to vice president commercial loan officer and Taylor de Villiers to consumer lender at its downtown Winchester banking center. Rebecca Quarles joins the bank in Frankfort as banking center manager and Clay Collins was recently hired as a commercial loan officer with the Lexington lending team.
Roberts has been with Traditional Bank for 14 years. She serves on the Clark County board of trustees for the United Way, is an officer for the Winchester Kiwanis Club, and was recently voted to the Winchester-Clark County Chamber of Commerce board of directors.
De Villiers earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in hospitality management from Transylvania University. A Nortonville, Ky. native, de Villiers currently resides in Winchester.
Quarles, a Frankfort native, joins Traditional Bank with 19 years of banking experience. She earned an associate’s degree in computer information systems and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Midway College. Outside of banking, she runs a cattle farm with her father.
With nearly a decade of banking experience, Collins earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Kentucky. He is a graduate of the Kentucky Bankers Association’s general banking school and resides in Lexington.