Mark D. Strother, President and CEO of Commercial Bank of Grayson. was elected and installed as Chairman of the Kentucky Bankers Association at the conclusion of the organization’s 132nd annual convention held through September 26.
“Mark’s insight on Community Banks, their vital significance to small towns and communities across America, will serve him well as he guides the association.” Said Jonathon Lewis, AVP/ITO Commercial Bank.
Strother joined Commercial Bank full-time in 1993 and became the bank’s fifth president in 2014. Strother is a graduate of Vanderbilt University, the KBA’s General School of Banking, and the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Under Strother’s leadership, Commercial Bank has been committed to harnessing technology to meet the ever-changing needs of customers and the communities served.
About Kentucky Bankers Association
The Kentucky Bankers Association, established in 1891, the same year as Commercial Bank, represents banks and savings institutions throughout the Commonwealth. The KBA has a long tradition of educating bankers in ways to improve their professional lives and the quality of the service they provide to their clients. They effectively advocate for the industry in Frankfort and Washington.
About Commercial Bank of Grayson
Since 1891, Commercial Bank of Grayson, has pursued a customer-first focus that has enabled it to create lasting relationships that span multiple generations of local families. The employees, officers and directors wish to congratulate President Strother on his recent appointment.