Sanders' banking career began in the early 1980s at the Citizens Bank of Burgin. She continued her employment after that bank was purchased by Farmers National Bank in 1990.
She lives in Burgin with her husband, Roy Lee Sanders
In making the announcement, Greg Caudill, president and CEO, stated, "Mrs. Sanders has been a faithful employee of our bank for many years. I am confident that she will ably follow in Pat and Jonnetta Lear's footsteps and continue to provide the outstanding service that customers of that location have come to expect."
Two honored for work
at detention center
The Boyle County Detention Center has honored Lt. Melissa Adams as employee of the year for 2003 and Deputy David Sumpter as December employee of the month.
Adams, who has worked at the detention center since 1994, was selected from among 40 of her co-workers.
"Lieutenant Adams always has a positive attitude about her job, and she knows every aspect of the detention center business," said Boyle County Jailer Barry Harmon. "She is a dedicated employee who helps other employees to become better at their jobs. It is a pleasure to work with Lieutenant Adams every day."
Sumpter has been employed at the detention center since July.
"Deputy Sumpter always has a positive attitude and he goes the extra mile to help his fellow workers," Harmon said. "He is a dedicated employee and is quickly leaming the work of the cetention center.
Seay & Save Tax Service
Nancy Henson, former owner of Nancy's Tax Service, has joined Seay & Save Tax Service at 901 Perryville St. in Danville and will be seeing her former clients there. The phone number is 236-1072.
Drake to teach
human anatomy course
Erik Drake, co-owner of Phoenix Physical Therapy, will be teaching human anatomy at the Danville Campus of Eastern Kentucky University in the spring semester.
Drake has a master's degree in physical therapy.
The course, Biology 171, is a prerequisite for nursing, physical therapy and other medical professions.
CKF Bancorp reports earnings
CKF Bancorp, parent company of Central Kentucky Federal Savings Bank, reported consolidated net earnings of $403,774 for the three months ending Dec. 31, compared with $327,754 for the three months ending Dec. 31, 2002.
Basic earnings per share were 30 cents and diluted earnings per share were 29 cents for the three-month period ending Dec. 31, 2003, compared with 25 cents of basic and diluted earnings for the same period in 2002.
Consolidated net income for 2003 was $1,480,486, compared with $1,328,174 for 2002. Basic earnings per share were $1.10 and diluted earnings per share were $1.08 for 2003, compared with $1.01 basic earnings per share and $1 diluted earnings per share in 2002.
Earnings per share reflect the company's two-for-one stock split in the form of a 100 percent stock dividend, which was payable on Dec. 11, 2003.
Total assets of the bank on Dec. 31 were $145 million compared with $142.4 million on Dec. 31, 2002. Deposits were $121.7 million on Dec. 31 compared with $120.3 million on Dec. 31, 2002. Stockholders' equity was $151.1 million on Dec. 31, 2003, compared with $13.9 million on Dec. 31, 2002.
The bank's main office is at 340 W. Main St. in Danville, and the bank also operates two full-service branch offices in Danville and Lancaster and has a loan production office in Nicholasville.
Noel C. Turner, certified public accountant, has moved to a new office at 206 S. Main St. in Harrodsburg.
Turner was a partner in a Lexington firm for eight years before opening the Harrodsburg office in October.
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