Edmonson Voice Staff Report:
Debbie Gail Doyle recently celebrated her 20th year with US Bank as she was honored by a group of her colleagues.
Debbie began her career with the company in May of 1999 as a commercial administrative assistant and moved through the ranks over the years.
She advanced in her career to become a commercial operations specialist and manager prior to taking on her current role. Today, she serves as the nationwide Senior Loan Documentation Manager for the commercial business line across U.S. Bank’s Community Banking footprint.
Regional President Craig Browning, also an Edmonson County resident, hired Debbie 20 years ago and spoke about her work.
“Debbie has done an excellent job over the years of adapting to an ever-changing industry dynamic," he said. "To remain relevant in banking, one has to be capable and willing to change, adapt, and overcome. Shifting sands in the regulatory environment, corresponding policy changes, and technological advances impact requires top talent with a positive attitude and ability to adapt. Debbie has mastered and excelled at all of these things in her 20 years and we are grateful for her contributions and loyalty.”
She is a graduate of Edmonson County High School and Western Kentucky University.
Other U.S.Bank employees with local roots and a 20+ year work history include Browning (23+ years) who serves as the Regional President for south central and western Kentucky as well as southern Illinois, and Lisa Raymer of Windyville, who will celebrate her 26th year with the bank this fall as a teller at the bank’s Lain Avenue office in Bowling Green.
Debbie, her husband, and two daughters reside in the Chalybeate community.