DANVILLE, Ky. (Aug. 23, 2017) — Jacob Tamme, an entrepreneur, and former football star at the University of Kentucky and the National Football League, has been named to the Farmers National Bank board of directors.
Though not currently on an NFL roster, Tamme is still eligible to play.
A Danville native and resident, Tamme is a businessman and owns and operates a farm in Boyle County. Tamme and his wife, Allison, are founders of the Swings for Soldiers Classic, a charitable golf event that supports veterans. The Homes for Our Troops organization is the beneficiary of the golf event, and its mission is to build specially adapted homes for wounded veterans.
“We are very pleased to add Jacob to an already strong board,” said Greg Caudill, CEO of Farmers National Bank. “He will bring youth, an entrepreneurial spirit and a strong desire to become involved in his hometown to the bank’s governing body. He is also well connected in the larger Bluegrass region, which is important to us as we continue to grow. We look forward to his contributions to our organization for many years to come.”
Tamme was a four-year football letterman at Boyle County High School. At UK, he won All-SEC athletic and academic honors. He played in the NFL for nine seasons as a member of the Indianapolis Colts, Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons.
Other Farmers National Bank board of directors include: John C. Albright (Caldwell Stone Company); Dr. Louis M. Beto (Beto & Bogardus, PLLC); Robert I. Caldwell (Central Seal Company); Greg W. Caudill (chief executive officer); Logan H. Germann (businessman); J. Martin “Marty” Gibson (president); Hugh Gates Hines, III (businessman & farmer); J. Douglas Little (Little Oil Company); H. Vincent Pennington, III (attorney); John B. Rodes (Kerbaugh, Rodes & Butler, PLLC); Jeffrey J. Thornton (retired banker).
Farmers National Bank, a community owned bank since 1879, has banking facilities in Danville, Burgin, Harrodsburg, Junction City, Lancaster, Perryville and Stanford.