Roberts to Retire from Merchants & Farmers Bank
Ken Hughes, President/CEO has announced Tracy Roberts will be retiring after 15 years of service to Merchants & Farmers Bank, and the communities we serve.
“All of us at Merchants & Farmers are so thankful Tracy settled in New Llano and spent the last fifteen years as part of our banking family. I’m sure many of her customers came to the bank to see Tracy even when they had no business to conduct! Tracy’s ‘easy going manner’ and her professionalism made her one of our most popular tellers. We wish Tracy all the best in her retirement years ahead,” Hughes stated.
Roberts began her career at Merchants & Farmers on January 10, 2005 and during her time as a bank employee she has worked as a Teller, Floating Teller and Vault Teller. Born and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida, she graduated from St. Pete High School, class of 1972, and has resided in New Llano, Louisiana for the past 35 years. She has one daughter, Sunny Roberts (23).
“I would like to thank everyone at Merchants and Farmers for the last fifteen years. I have met some real salt of the earth people. Ken Hughes is the best CEO I have ever had the privilege to work for and our Board of Directors truly treat us like family,” Roberts stated.
In operations since 1928, Merchants & Farmers Bank is an independent community bank headquartered in Leesville, LA with eight full-service locations in seven cities. Among the first of Louisiana banks to establish online banking, Merchants & Farmers Bank offers a variety of products and services. Member FDIC and Equal Housing Lender.