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  • FIELD & MAIN BANK ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS - SEPTEMBER 3, 2015

    HENDERSON, KENTUCKY

    September 3, 2015

    Douglas E. Bell has been promoted to Executive Vice President, Senior Lender at Field & Main, where he continues to oversee the loan department and grow its markets in Henderson, Evansville, Cynthiana and Lexington. Bell has more than 15 years of experience in the financial services industry. He served for eight years as Regional Manager at Fifth-Third Bank before joining Field & Main (then Ohio Valley Financial Group) as Senior Vice President, Senior Loan Officer in 2007.

    Bell earned a B.S. in Marketing from Murray State University in 1995, and he is a 2005 graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin. He serves the Henderson community through his involvement in Kyndle and the Methodist Hospital Foundation. He is also Chairman of Four Star Industrial Park, and he serves as a youth athletics coach. Bell and his wife, Julie, live in Henderson with their daughter, Anna.

    John Hobby has been promoted to Assistant Vice President, Consumer Loan Officer at Field & Main Bank. Prior to his promotion, he served for seven years as Consumer Loan Officer at Field & Main (then Ohio Valley Financial Group). Before that, Hobby was Branch Manager at American General Finance and Financial Center Manager at Fifth-Third Bank. In his new role, he performs lending and collection functions for the bank and assists in training consumer lenders.  

    Hobby is a 1991 graduate of Murray State University, where he earned a B.S. in Advertising. During his time at the university, he was involved in the advertising club and was a 4-year scholarship and letter recipient for the golf team. Hobby is a board member for the Cardinal Chapter of the American Red Cross, the Hugh Edward Training Center and the Henderson Breakfast Lions Club, and he previously served as the president for each organization. In 2008, he was honored as the Red Cross Board Member of the Year. He is also a member of Experiencing Autism Together. Hobby resides in Henderson with his wife, Rebecca, and their children, Hannah and Holden.