ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (February 19, 2016) – Your Community Bank, a subsidiary of Your Community Bankshares, Inc. (NASDAQ:YCB), has named Ken Dozer as Market President for Hardin County. Dozer is a business banking specialist who will lead the bank’s Business Services and Treasury Management units. He will also lead the bank’s Hardin County financial centers in Elizabethtown, Radcliff and Vine Grove overseeing staffing, coaching and community involvement.
“Ken Dozer is a Hardin County native and a recognized leader who brings strong business and community service experience to the table,” said Jeff Koonce, Central Kentucky Regional President for Your Community Bank. “We’re pleased to have him on board to help us expand our service to Hardin County businesses.”
Dozer joins Your Community Bank with more than 20 years of experience in the banking industry.
Previously, Dozer served as First Vice President and Senior Leader for South Central Bank in Elizabethtown, where he oversaw the daily responsibilities of the lending staff. Prior to that, he was Vice President and Senior Lending Officer for Kentucky Neighborhood Bank. Additionally, Dozer has served as the Vice Chairman of the Elizabethtown Planning Commission since 2007.
“Your Community Bank is growing because of its commitment to serving businesses,” said Dozer. “I’m excited to be part of Your Community Bank and continue serving my hometown.”
Your Community Bank operates more than 30 financial centers, including locations in Bullitt, Fayette, Hardin, Hart, Jefferson, Meade, and Nelson counties in Kentucky and Clark, Floyd and Scott counties in Indiana.
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