Two CFSB Employees Promoted to Vice President
By West Kentucky Star Staff
BENTON; PADUCAH - Community Financial Services Bank (CFSB) recently promoted two people to the position of Vice President.

Nathan Rowton was promoted from Assistant Vice President and Commercial Lender at the Paducah location, while Rhonda Owens was Assistant Vice President and Draffenville Banking Center Team Leader.

Both moves were unanimously approved by the board of directors.

McCracken County Market President Randell Blackburn said, “Since Nathan joined the bank, he has shown his ability in sales and lending in an exceptional manner.”

Marshall County Market President Jason Jones remarked, "Rhonda works hard communicating, portraying, and instilling the culture and values of CFSB with fellow team members, clients, and the community."

Rowton graduated from Paducah Tilghman High School in 1984 and started work in the financial industry in 1989, with multiple positions in management. He has a Bachelor of Business from Murray State University and a Masters of Business from The University of Toledo. Nathan and his wife Shawn live in Paducah with their four children and attend Paducah’s Broadway Church of Christ.

Owens graduated from Marshall County High School in 1987. She began her career at CFSB in January 2001 and has a diploma from the Barret School of Banking in Memphis. Her duties as the Draffenville Banking Center Team Leader includes lending, team management and market development. Owens lives in Calvert City with her husband Cary and they have two children. They are members of the Sharpe Missionary Baptist Church, where she volunteers with the youth of the church, sings during services, and volunteers with the family as missionaries at the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation in north central Montana. Rhonda also serves as the board chair for the H.O.P.E Clinic in Benton.

Published 02:11 AM, Sunday Jan. 13, 2019
Updated 12:22 PM, Saturday Jan. 12, 2019