DANVILLE, Ky. — Travis Cox, John Helm and Erin Ring have been named to the Farmers National Bank Board of Directors.
Travis Cox has worked for over 30 years in various management positions including in the banking industry, utilities, IT services and manufacturing. He has been employed for the past 21 years at Tarter Farm and Ranch Equipment located in Dunnville, Ky., where he serves as vice president of operations and general manager. He is a graduate of Centre College where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in economics and management and mathematics. Travis is a past board chair of Danville Christian Academy and an active member of Indian Hills Christian Church.
John Helm is a self-employed farmer and auctioneer in Boyle Co. and a graduate of Georgetown College where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in finance. He is a past president of Boyle County Farm Bureau, Boyle County Cattlemen’s Association, and an Elder of Indian Hills Christian Church.
Erin Ring worked in public accounting for seven years before joining Central Seal Company in Danville, where she serves as chief financial officer. She is a graduate of the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in accounting. Her civic activities include volunteering for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Danville-Boyle County Humane Society and The Great American Brass Band Festival.
“We are pleased to add Travis, John and Erin to an already strong board,” said Marty Gibson, president and CEO of Farmers National Bank. “Each of them will bring unique expertise and experience to our board that will undoubtedly aid us in our commitment toward enhancing the communities we serve while continuing to add shareholder value.”
Farmers National Bank, a community-owned bank since 1879, has banking facilities in Danville, Burgin, Harrodsburg, Junction City, Lancaster, Liberty, Middleburg, Perryville, Stanford and locations in Lexington and Bowling Green via its WealthSouth Division.
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