A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at the Ashland City branch of Community Bank & Trust (CB&T) on the morning of Tuesday, January 23. During the well-attended ceremony, the bank's recently renovated credit administration and loan processing center was named after the late Jack Harrison Campbell, a former CB& T credit administration manager who passed away in 2016.
The Jack H. Campbell Center will serve as a testament to Campbell's valuable contributions to the bank. Campbell joined the team in 1999 and, according to a press release put out by the bank, was "instrumental in it's organizational stages."
Also during the ceremony, proclamations were presented by the office of State Representative Mary Littleton and Beth Harwell.
"Jack's contributions can never be forgotten," the release also stated.
Front row L-R :Marie Spafford, John Morrow, Debbie Small, Connie Craddock, Beth Light, Libby Campbell, Kristy Campbell, And Marci Powell.
Back row L-R: Sam Balthrop, Dan Reigle, Alex Dowdy, Charles Craddock, Mayor Kerry McCarver, and a host of friends and co-workers.