Peck Retires from Bank Board

Alan B. Peck has retired from his position as board member for Traditional Bank and its parent Traditional Bancorporation, Inc.   Peck served two terms; the first from 1974 to1991 and the second from 2001 until his retirement in March of this year. During his time on the board, Peck served a term as chairman of the director loan committee. He most recently held the office of board Secretary.  

“Alan’s contributions to our bank go far beyond the board room,” said Traditional Bank CEO and Chairman Bill Bramblet.

“His considerable professional expertise and sound judgment have helped to lead Traditional Bank in the right direction for many years.  His contributions have had a significant impact on our bank’s success, as well as the growth and success of the Mt. Sterling business community as a whole,” Bramblet said.

An active member of the local community and highly respected attorney throughout our state, Peck has lent his time and expertise to a variety of organizations. Among them is the Mary Chiles Hospital Board, where he served a term as board chairman. He has also served on the Board of Directors of the Mt. Sterling-Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce and was a member of the House of Delegates of the Kentucky Bar Association.

"Serving on the Traditional Bank board was a rewarding experience and an honor,” Peck said. “I was privileged to be associated with people who were not only very capable from a business standpoint, but also persons of high character. Having good, conscientious people at all levels in the bank made my job as director much easier than it would have been otherwise. It also gives me great confidence that the bank and holding company will continue in very good hands.”

Peck has been practicing law in Mt. Sterling since 1968 and serves as managing partner for White, Peck and Carrington, LLP. He graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1965 with a Bachelor of Science degree, and was awarded a Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.) from the University Of Kentucky College Of Law in 1968.  He has been married to Patricia Stacy Peck, a native of West Liberty, Kentucky, since 1967. They have three grown children.