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Mark Dykes named 17th President of Bank of Columbia

New President is a native of Glens Fork, KY and currently resides in Gradyville, KY. He has 27 years experience in the banking industry, much of it focused on the needs of the farming community. See also: 17th President of Bank of Columbia joins list of 16 other great leaders
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The Board of Directors of the Bank of Columbia has appointed Mark A. Dykes as President.

Mr. Dykes is a native of Adair County. He was born and raised in the Glens Fork Community by his parents, Oris Dee and Maxine Dykes. He currently resides in the Gradyville community.

He is married to Wendy Dykes. They have three children, Alex, Collin, and Leah.


Mark has two brothers, Michael Dykes, CEO of the International Dairy Foods Association in Washington, DC, and his twin brother, Marty Dykes, a local rural mail carrier and beef cattle farmer.

The new President is a 1986 graduate of Adair County High School. He attended Lindsey Wilson College and obtained a Bachelor of Science majoring Agricultural Economics in 1990 from the University of Kentucky.

He brings 27 years of banking experience to his new position.

He began his career in 1990 as a Farm Loan officer for the Farmers Home Administration and worked in Glasgow and Brooksville, KY.

He joined the Bank of Columbia in 1993 as a Loan Officer and later worked for First National Bank/First & Farmers National Bank from 2003 to 2012.

In 2012, he joined the Bank of Columbia as the Executive Vice President.

He has a passion for agriculture and has spend his career helping meet the needs of local farmers, local business owners, and personal credit needs of the community.

He has dedicated his career to providing exceptional service to his customers and has pledged to insure that he, as well as all Bank of Columbia staff, will continue to provide exceptional service while meeting the financial needs of the community.

The public is invited to stop by and visit with the new President at the bank's main office, at 146 Public Square, Columbia, KY.


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Mark A. Dykes named 17th President of the Bank of Columbia



2017-07-05 - Bank of Columbia, 144 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo from Donna Stotts, Bank of Columbia.
The Board of Directors of the Bank of Columbia has appointed Mark A. Dykes as the 17th President of the financial institution. The new president is a native of Adair County and now resides at Gradyville, KY. He brings 27 years of banking experience to his new position. The new President is a 1986 graduate of Adair County High School. He attended Lindsey Wilson College and obtained a Bachelor of Science majoring Agricultural Economics in 1990 from the University of Kentucky.

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