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Dunn Joins F&M Bank



F&M Bank has hired Nick Dunn as Vice President Commercial Lending for its new LPO office located in Bowling Green, KY. The F&M Bank Loan Production Office is located at 1711 Destiny Lane in Bowling Green.

A native of Kentucky, Dunn has over ten years of experience in commercial and agricultural lending. “As we expand our footprint in the southern Kentucky market, we are excited to add Nick’s expertise and customer relations to our team.” said Sammy Stuard, President/CEO Dunn
holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Western Kentucky University. He is also a graduate of the Barrett School of Banking’s Commercial Lending Academy and the Kentucky Bankers Association’s Banking School. His community service activities include the Housing Authority of Tompkinsville, the Kentucky Little League and the Kentucky Farm Bureau. Dunn can be reached by email at [email protected] or by phone at 270.427.0059.

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