Release date: 3/15/2013
Kim Elliott has been named a Loan Officer with the Danville Office of Central Kentucky Ag Credit. She assumes her duties following a long career with Central Kentucky Ag Credit.
Kim is a 22-year veteran of service with Ag Credit, having started her career at the Stanford Ag Credit Office, where she worked for two years. Since that time Kim has worked at the Danville Ag Credit Office, most recently serving as a Loan Specialist. She has a rich background in rural loan activity, and has worked extensively with Ag Credit member-borrowers in Boyle, Mercer, and surrounding counties.
The Danville Office of Central Kentucky Ag Credit is among six, full-time offices that provide financial services to member-borrowers in 17 counties. The financial cooperative has assets of over $360 million and provides a variety of loans to farmers and rural residents throughout the Bluegrass Region.
Kim grew up on the family farm in Lincoln County, and she is the daughter of the late Nolan and Betty Scott. Her mother still resides in Lincoln County and still owns the family farm. Their farm operation consisted of a cow/calf operation, production of Burley tobacco and corn.
Kim and her husband, George Elliott, own 13-acres near Stanford. They have a cow/calf operation and own an additional 35 acres. They also rent 102 acres for hay production. George is a Lincoln County native and is employed at Berry Plastics in Boyle County.
Kim earned an Associate Degree in Business from the Kentucky College of Business – Danville Campus. She is also a graduate of specialized credit training with the Farm Credit University, including education in Lifestyle Lending.
Kim and George are parents of two children, including Jordan, 18, and Jaycee, 13. The family attends Grace Fellowship Church in Stanford.
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