Release date: 11/2/2016
Cole Mattingly has been chosen as Ag Credit Loan Officer in Lebanon. Cole has an extensive farming background and experience that is valuable to Ag Credit and its members.
Cole grew-up on his family’s 125-acre farm in Springfield. The Mattingly’s farm consists of burley tobacco, corn, soybean, wheat and a commercial cow-calf operation. Cole attended Washington County High School, where he was a member of 4-H and FFA.
He earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Western Kentucky University in Agriculture, with a minor in Business. While at Western Kentucky University, Cole was involved with the FarmHouse Fraternity and the Ag Business Club. He is a current member of Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association.
Prior to his employment at Central Kentucky Ag Credit, Cole was an Applicator for Crop Production Services in Campbellsville. During college, Cole interned with Crop Production Services specializing in sales.
Cole’s parents are Kevin and Amanda Mattingly. Cole currently resides in Springfield and he is a member of the St. Rose Catholic Church.
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