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Business news: Jason McFarland named VP at Bank of Columbia

By Donna Stotts, Bank of Columbia, KY

The Bank of Columbia announces that Jason McFarland has joined its team of lenders as the institutionís new executive vice president.

McFarland is a 1998 graduate of Adair County High School and a 2002 graduate of Western Kentucky University, where he studied agriculture business and business administration. In 2016, he graduated from Louisiana State University Graduate School of Banking.

Jason and his wife, Melanie, have two children Ė Chloe, 7, and Chase, 4. They own two farms in Adair County.


McFarland brings with him 15 years of banking experience in commercial and agriculture lending.

"I had my very first checking account with Bank of Columbia and itís still open today," McFarland says. "I've always considered this bank my home and now Iím excited to be part of the team."

McFarland says he is committed to offering the best customer service in the area, and is well known for meeting with customers at their farms or in their homes. - Donna Stotts


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Jason McFarland named VP at Bank of Columbia



2017-09-19 - Bank of Columbia, 142 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo submitted by Donna Stotts, Bank of Columbia.
The Bank of Columbia announces that Jason McFarland has joined its team of lenders as the institutionís new executive vice president. McFarland is a 1998 graduate of Adair County High School and a 2002 graduate of Western Kentucky University, where he studied agriculture business and business administration. In 2016, he graduated from Louisiana State University Graduate School of Banking. - Donna Stotts

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