Omohundro named VP of commercial lending at Peoples Exchange Bank
Peoples Exchange Bank recently announced Barry Omohundro has been named vice president of Commercial lending for the Winchester market.
“Barry’s dedication to the community and developing account relationships with customers of the bank is unparalleled,” said Tony Parrish, chief executive officer of Peoples Exchange Bank. “His experience and knowledge of the Clark County market has earned him a reputation as a respected lender and financial partner.”
Omohundro brings more than 23 years of financial experience to the vice president position, including various roles that add to his expertise in the field. He joined Peoples Exchange Bank in 2013 as a lender.
Omohundro is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and the KBA School of Banking.
He is a 2008 graduate of the Leadership Winchester program.
“I am honored and proud to be associated with Peoples Exchange Bank and enjoy getting to serve and support the community I grew up in,” Omohundro said. “Working to fulfill the financial needs of individuals and businesses while making their experience as rewarding as possible is the true meaning of community banking.”
Omohundro is a lifelong resident of Winchester. He has been active over the years volunteering for community events and serving on various boards. He and his wife Denisa, who is a teacher at Conkwright Elementary School, have two daughters, Sara and Laurel.
Barry Omohudro is located at the 101 N. Main St. branch in Winchester. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 859-744-9400.
Founded in 1912, Peoples Exchange Bank serves Lee, Powell, Montgomery, Clark, Fayette and Scott counties.