tbeaver 300MADISONVILLE, Ky. (10/30/13) — Karen Glenn, President and CEO of First United Bank recently announced the addition of Terri Rainwater to the lending staff. Rainwater will serve as an assistant vice president/consumer banking.  

A native of Hopkins County, Rainwater holds an Associate Degree from Madisonville Community College in computer science.  She started her banking career in 1987, and has accumulated more than 20 years of experience in local banking.

Involved in her hometown, Rainwater is a member of The Madisonville Rotary Club and serves as a board member for Big Brothers Big Sisters and The Community Improvement Foundation

“Terri is a great addition to our lending team,” said Glenn. “ She is energetic and totally committed to the customer. Ms. Rainwater joins lending team members Tom McFarland, Rufus Baker, Chris Findley and Bill Rudd.”

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