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Wes Bryant promoted to Branch Manager at FFNB

By Andrea Clue

First & Farmers National Bank recently announced the promotion of Wes Bryant to Assistant Vice President/Branch Manager/Loan Officer of their Russell Road location. The announcement was made on behalf of First & Farmers National Bank's Board of Directors by Columbia Market President Ann Martin.

Wes Bryant was born and raised in Columbia and is a 1999 graduate of Adair County High School. In 2008, he earned his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, with an emphasis in Accounting, from Lindsey Wilson College. In 2015, he graduated from the Kentucky Banker's Association General Banking School. Wes first joined the bank in 2004, as a part-time teller, while he was attending college. He has gathered experience as an assistant BSA Officer, and then as a Compliance Officer, before finding his true niche with lending in 2014.

"I am excited for this new opportunity and look forward to continue serving the citizens of Adair, Russell, and surrounding counties in my new role as the Branch Manager for the Russell Road branch," Wes stated.



Wes shares in First & Farmers' commitment to his community and strives to highlight the bank's mission to demonstrate responsible corporate citizenship. He currently serves as Vice President of the Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce. He also helps coach his son's youth league soccer programs in Russell County. Wes & his wife, Amanda, are the proud parents of Landon (9) and Landree (2). Amanda Bryant owns and operates Amanda's Hair Salon in Russell Springs. They are active members of Calvary Temple Church in Columbia.

Columbia Market President Ann Martin stated, "Wes took over the role of Branch Manager earlier this year and has done an excellent job of ensuring that the customer experience has remained fast and friendly through our temporary shift to drive-thru service. Now that our lobbies have re-opened, he continues to provide leadership and commitment to the Russell Road Branch employees and its customers. I am truly proud of Wes and his determination to provide excellent customer service!"


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Bryant promoted to Branch Manager at FFNB



2020-07-25 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy First & Farmers National Bank.
First & Farmers National Bank recently announced the promotion of Wes Bryant to Assistant Vice President/Branch Manager/Loan Officer of their Russell Road location. Wes was born and raised in Columbia and is a 1999 graduate of Adair County High School. In 2008, he earned his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, with an emphasis in Accounting, from Lindsey Wilson College. In 2015, he graduated from the Kentucky Banker's Association General Banking School. Wes first joined the bank in 2004, as a part-time teller, while he was attending college.

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