What Makes Lexington Great?
Traditional Bank is an independent, community bank founded in 1902 in Mt. Sterling. They have 16 Central Kentucky locations and $1.8 billion in assets. Jordan Parker joined the bank in 2004 after graduating from Centre College. “I wasn’t sure what my career would look like, but Traditional Bank was immediately a great fit for me, and I’ve been here ever since,” he says.
“Local support is critical for businesses and their customers."
Traditional Bank fosters a community-focused environment where employees are encouraged to volunteer. Jordan currently serves on boards for the Lexington Public Library, Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky, CivicLex and LFUCG Economic Development Investment while moonlighting as a youth soccer coach. He says, “I am proud to be part of the impact they’re making in the Commonwealth.” All this work has helped him fully embrace our city, which he loves for its abundant green space, friendly demeanor and many great restaurants.
Jordan knows how important giving back is to local businesses. He says, “Local support is critical for businesses and their customers. Not only are you keeping your dollars in town, but you are more likely to get great customer service from people who really know and care about you.”
Jordan Parker, Assistant Vice President and Client Relationship Officer
163 W. Short St. • 859.225.7777 • traditionalbank.com