Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Kentucky First adds its former bank CEO to its board

Kentucky First Federal Bancorp in Frankfort has added a former CEO of its bank to its board. 

The $337 million-asset parent of First Federal Savings and Loan of Hazard said in a press release Wednesday that Lou Ella Farler is its newest director. 

Farler was president and CEO of First Federal from 2012 to 2018, when she retired. She has been on the bank’s board since 2011. 

Farler’s “wise counsel and guidance, the experience she offers the company from her distinguished career … and her commitment and knowledge to Hazard, one of our company’s core markets, makes her an excellent addition,” Don Jennings, the company’s president, said in the release. 

“The board could not have found a person who engenders more respect and admiration from both members of her community and from those she has worked with in the company through the years,” Jennings added.

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