Release date: 9/17/2013
Ben Robin, a lifelong resident of Bourbon County, has assumed the position of Loan Officer with the Paris Office of Central Kentucky Ag Credit. While Ben will work throughout all counties served by Ag Credit from the Paris Office, his primary responsibilities will be in Bourbon County. He has already assumed his duties at the Paris Office.
Ben joins the Central Kentucky Ag Credit lending team following work with Southern States Cooperative in Paris. Before his service with Southern States, Ben was a Manager with Advance Surveillance, Inc., a Louisville-based security systems company.
Mr. Robin earned his B.S. Degree in Agriculture from Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, and has attended the University of Kentucky in pursuit of a Master’s Degree. He graduated from Bourbon County High School, where he played baseball, and he is the son of Mike and Beth Robin, who are also residents of Bourbon County.
While a student, Ben also farmed with his grandfather, Earl Waugh, where they raised Burley Tobacco, and where Ben continues to operate a small cow-calf operation on Mr. Waugh’s Bourbon County farm.
Ben is married to the former Savannah Craddock who works for the National Association of Agricultural Educators. She is a native of Jefferson County, where her parents raise American Quarter Horses on the 1,000 acre family farm.
Ben and Savannah will continue to reside in Paris.
The Paris Office of Central Kentucky Ag Credit provides loan services to full-and part time farmers and rural residents in six counties, including Bourbon, Clark, Franklin, Harrison, Montgomery, and Scott. Central Kentucky Ag Credit is part of the nationwide Farm Credit System and ranks among the largest rural lenders in the Bluegrass Region. The Paris Office is located at 201 Commerce Drive.
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