About

Management Team

Board of Directors

Greg Meade

Greg Meade
Chairman of the Board

Paul David Brown Junior

Paul David Brown Jr.

Larry Conley

Larry Conley

Robin Cooper

Robin Cooper

Barrett Frederick

Barrett Frederick

Bob Hutchison

Bob Hutchison

Lisa M Johnson

Lisa M. Johnson

Lynn Dorton Mullins

Lynn Dorton Mullins

Marvin Walker

Marvin “Butch” Walker


Executive Officers

Ben D. Tackett Jr.
Executive Vice President
Chief Lending Officer

Lee Wilson
Executive Vice President
Chief Credit Officer

Leisha Maynard
President
C.E.O.

Rose M. Wheeler
Executive Vice President,
Chief Information Officer


Executive Committee

Ben D. Tackett Jr.
Executive Vice President
Chief Lending Officer

Lee Wilson
Executive Vice President
Chief Credit Officer

Leisha Maynard
President
C.E.O.

David Michael
Senior Vice President
Chief Financial Officer

Darren Gillespie
Senior Vice President
Business Banking

Kathy Kinner
Senior Vice President
Head of Human Resources

Rose M. Wheeler
Executive Vice President,
Chief Information Officer

Jason Suman
Senior Vice President
Regional Market President Ashland

Employment

Why Citizens Bank of Kentucky? A truly rewarding career awaits – we want you to join our growing CBK family and have the chance to work with a locally owned, independent business that is dedicated to you and your community.

APPLY NOW TO JOIN THE CBK TEAM

*Citizens Bank of Kentucky is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against persons because of age, race, color, creed, religion, disability, gender, sexual orientation, gender identification, ethnic or national origin, or protected veteran status. Citizens Bank of Kentucky prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities and will reasonably accommodate applicants with a disability, upon request, and will also ensure reasonable accommodation for employees with a disability. Citizens Bank of Kentucky is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action organization.

Investor Information

Current Stock

The stock history for Citizens Bank of Kentucky is available through Citizens National Corporation.
Citizens National Corporation stock is listed on the OTCB stock exchange under symbol CZNL.

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How to buy

Contact your broker or call Sharon Collins and use the information under the tab for shareholder inquiries.


Shareholder Inquiries

Communications regarding stock holdings, stock certificates, dividend payments, changes of address, transfer of ownership, or other stock matters may be directed to Citizens National Corporation.

Citizens National Corporation
Sharon Collins
620 Broadway
Paintsville, KY 41240
P: 1 (606) 264-3026
E: Sharonc@wercitizens.bank

History Information

Our History

Citizens National Bank was organized December 27, 1909 as a State Bank under the name Paintsville Bank & Trust Co. On February 14, 1910. Initial Capital was $50,000.00.

After 16 years of operation, on December 18, 1926, the bank became Second National Bank of Paintsville; as Paintsville already had a National Bank of Paintsville in existence at that time.

At a special stockholders meeting on June 30, 1959, the bank changed its name to Citizens National Bank and was approved by the OCC on July 15th, 1959. The bank’s capital was $100,000.

On November 19, 1982, Citizens National Corporation was incorporated as a holding company owning Citizens National Bank.

In the fall of 1997, Citizens National Corporation made its first acquisition by buying Bank Josephine, a state bank chartered on February 25, 1890.

During March 1999, Citizens established a “de novo” branch in Salyersville, opening with a mobile unit then constructing a new building in October 1999.

On May 25, 1999, Bank Josephine was merged into Citizens National Bank. With the merger of Bank Josephine and the new Salyersville branch, Citizens National added locations in Floyd and Magoffin counties to its Johnson County footprint.

On June 15, 2006 Citizens National Corporation purchased Heritage National Bank of Ashland with conversion completed June 24, 2006, adding Ashland, Russell and Grayson branches. Citizens National Bank’s growing footprint was now Johnson, Floyd, Magoffin, Boyd, Greenup and Carter Counties.

The following year, July 27, 2007, Citizens National Bank purchased Kentucky National Bank in Pikeville. The merger was completed on August 10, 2007 adding two additional branches and Pike County to Citizens National Bank’s service area.

Citizens ended December 31, 2014 with 8 counties by adding Lawrence County with the acquisition of Peoples Security Bank of Louisa. On January 8, 2016, Citizens National Bank completed the acquisition and merger of Alliance Banking Company located in Winchester, KY.

With the addition of Clark County, Citizens begins 2016 operating 13 branches in nine counties throughout Kentucky, with approximately $622 million in assets and $503 million in deposits.

In May 2016, Citizens decided to return to our roots and convert from a national charter to a state chartered member of the Federal Reserve and on June 30, 2016, the bank officially changed its name to Citizens Bank of Kentucky. The new name and updated logo were introduced to reflect the bank’s commitment to serve the banking needs for the citizens of Kentucky.

Citizens Bank of Kentucky is the one of the largest independently owned and operated community banks in Kentucky.

To report a Lost or Stolen Debit/ATM Card between the hours of 9am-5pm please call (866) 462-2265.
After hours please call (800) 811-8148, select option 3.