Lexington, KY – Central Bank Chairman, President and CEO, Luther Deaton, Jr., has announced the promotion of David Hake to vice president, technology services.
Mr. Hake has been with Central Bank for six years; he began his career at the Bank as an infrastructure engineer before being promoted to security infrastructure manager and then information security officer. David’s prior experience includes work as an IT consultant. A native of Eaton, Ohio, David now resides in Georgetown, KY with his wife and their two children.
Winchester, KY – Central Bank Market President, Glenn Leveridge, has announced the promotion of Erica Parks to assistant vice president, commercial lending.
Mrs. Parks began her career at Central Bank in 1998; she has experience in both retail banking and commercial lending. A native of Littleton, Colorado, Erica is a graduate of George Rogers Clark High School in Winchester. She also holds a diploma from the American Institute of Banking – Commercial Lending. An active member of the Winchester community, Erica is board member and volunteer for Partners in Education, a Junior Achievement volunteer, and is also a Sunday school and Jr. Church teacher at Landmark Baptist Church.
About Central Bank
Central Bank is headquartered in Lexington, KY. With more than 100,000 customers throughout Kentucky, 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 26 banking offices and 37 ATMs in Boone, Clark, Fayette, Jefferson, Jessamine, Kenton, Madison, and Scott counties. 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