First Southern National Bank

Reynolds and Fuller Graduate from KBA General Banking School

John Brett Reynolds

LOUISVILLE, KY - John Brett Reynolds & Bryan Fuller, both Loan & Business Development Officers at First Southern National Bank, recently graduated from the Kentucky Bankers Association General Banking School in Louisville, KY.

“John Brett and Bryan joined the First Southern team several years ago and have become excellent ambassadors of the bank. We’re proud of their success, and completion of, the KBA General Banking School earlier this year. It’s hands-on learning opportunities like this that really allow them to grow,” said Alex Keltner, Community President for First Southern National Bank. “We appreciate our relationship with the KBA and the excellent learning opportunities they provide.”

The KBA General Banking School is a two-year program that includes two one-week sessions of intensive lecture, classwork and simulation learning in addition to successful completion of an intersession project. The program is designed to prepare bankers to compete effectively in an ever-changing financial service environment and to better understand the interrelatedness of the departments within a bank and the business of banking.

John Brett began his career with First Southern National Bank in 2008. He works out of our branches in Bowling Green and Russellville and may be reached at 270-846-8067, or Bryan joined the First Southern team in 2010. Working primarily from our Bethel branch in Russellville, he may reached by calling 270-725-7607 or by email at

First Southern National Bank is a wholly-owned subsidiary of First Southern Bancorp headquartered in Stanford, KY. First Southern has offices in Central and Western Kentucky including locations in Caldwell, Fayette, Garrard, Jessamine, Lincoln, Logan, Madison, Muhlenberg, Pulaski, Wayne and Warren counties. First Southern believes in providing exceptional customer service and making fast, local decisions. For more information about First Southern National Bank, visit, or call 866-602-3762.

Bryan Fuller