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The Bale Family & South Central Bank Welcome Tommy Ross




The Bale Family and South Central Bank is very excited to announce Tommy Ross has been promoted to CEO/President. Tommy served as the President of Monroe County from 2004 to 2010 and most recently has been serving as the President of Bowling Green since January 2010. Tommy has a Degree in Business Management from Lindsey Wilson College and has an extensive background in banking for close to 40 years. He has graduated from the LSU School
of Banking, Kentucky School of Banking and the ABA Commercial Lending School. Tommy has attended numerous leadership trainings and seminars and is very active in a variety of community organizations. South Central Bank congratulates Tommy Ross on his promoted success!

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