Release date: 10/9/2012
Grace Gayheart, a lifelong resident of Versailles has taken the position of Loan Assistant with Central Kentucky Ag Credit in Lexington. She has already assumed her responsibilities.
Grace brings a strong business background to her work with Ag Credit, including her most recent service to Custom LogoWare in Woodford County, where she specialized in marketing and web site design. She has also worked with Copart, Inc., inspecting insurance claim vehicles and processing title applications. Grace worked in the commercial banking sector with People’s Exchange Bank in the commercial lending department, and with National City Bank in consumer lending.
Grace earned her education at Woodford County High School, and she attended college at Tusculum College in Greenville, TN. Her educational honors are substantial, including a full academic scholarship to Tusculum College, and numerous high school activities and awards.
Her educational honors and activities include membership in the Beta Club and the National Honor Society; she was a member of International Club and was an exchange student in Greece, where she taught English; and she received the Governor’s Diploma.
The Lexington Ag Credit office is part of Central Kentucky Ag Credit’s 17-county financial service network. Ag Credit ranks at the top of rural lenders in the Bluegrass Region. Lending services offered by the association are comprehensive, and loans are available to essentially all rural dwellers and rural land owners, including farmers, part-time farmers, home owners, rural residents, and city-based rural land owners.
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