Selina Heider has been promoted to Vice President and Controller by the Paducah Bank Board of Directors.
Heider, a 25-year Paducah Bank veteran, began her career after she graduated from Heath High School. She worked part-time in the bank’s bookkeeping department while attending college. She earned an associate in arts degree with distinction from Paducah Community College and a bachelor of science degree in accounting from Murray State University. She is also a graduate of the Kentucky Bankers Association General Banking School.
She volunteers in a variety of roles for Palestine United Methodist Church, including as membership secretary and treasurer for the Cemetery Committee. She also is team manager for the Pumas Futbol Club soccer program. Heider enjoys geocaching and spending time with her husband, Andy, and their two children, Katelyn and Jackson.
About Paducah Bank:
Paducah Bank is an award-winning, locally owned bank with banking centers in six locations in Paducah and Louisville and employs more than 140 people. Paducah Bank received a 5-star rating from BauerFinancial, the nation’s premier bank rating firm. The bank has earned this 5-star rating for 48 consecutive quarters! The bank also received the distinction of exceptional performance bank, a status reserved for banks that have earned Bauer’s highest rating for 10 consecutive years! Paducah Bank was named as the #1 Best Place to Work in Kentucky among medium-sized companies and was chosen by the Wall Street Journal as one of the nation’s Top 15 Small Workplaces. It was named Best Bank in the Paducah Sun Readers’ Choice Awards from 2012-2021 and has won the Louisville Mayor's Worksite Wellness Award numerous times. In 2019, Paducah Bank won the Governor’s Service Award. In 2020, they won the William. H. Natcher Award by the Kentucky Library Association. They won three Telly Awards in 2021 as well as the Governor’s Business Award for the Arts.