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  • FIELD & MAIN BANK WELCOMES NEW RELATIONSHIP BANKERS IN HENDERSON - JULY 15, 2015

    HENDERSON, KENTUCKY

    July 15, 2015

    Field & Main Bank welcomes new relationship bankers.

    Michelle Stone has joined Field & Main as a relationship banker, bringing with her 20 years of retail experience. Stone also served Henderson County Schools for two years as a health services assistant at South Heights Elementary. Stone attended Henderson Community College and the University of Southern Indiana. She has plans to attend Murray State in Henderson this fall. She lives in Henderson with her daughters Abigail and Ellie.

    Kami Risley has joined Field & Main as a relationship banker at the Old Orchard banking center. Previously, she spent 10 years as a teller at Old National Bank and two years at Springleaf Financial Services as senior collection support. Risley is a 2009 graduate of Murray State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. She lives in Henderson with her husband, Randau, and their son, Mason.

    Rebecca Myers has joined Field & Main as a relationship banker. Previously, she worked at Deaconess Hospital as a documentation scanner. Myers lives in Henderson and is a graduate of Henderson County High School. She is engaged to Christian Thurby, and they have a son, Hudson. 

    Kristin Eblen has joined Field & Main as a relationship banker. Prior to her hire, she worked for Deaconess Gateway. Eblen is currently enrolled at Henderson Community College. She lives in Robards, Ky, with her husband John Paul and their son, Levi.