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Jun 20, 2014

Community Trust Bank Named One of the Best Places to Work By Dallas Business Journal

DALLAS, TX (JUNE 19, 2014)—Community Trust Bank has been named one of the “Best Places to Work” by Dallas Business Journal in the program’s medium-sized company category. The annual awards initiative, now in its 12th year, is produced in collaboration with research firm Quantum Workplace to select the best places to work in the North Texas area.

The “Best Places to Work” selection process included Quantum surveying employees from each company, compiling data, as well as tallying and matching results against the national standards. This year, 60 North Texas companies achieved the best-practice scores and were selected to be featured in a special publication in Dallas Business Journal’s June 20 issue. An awards ceremony was held on June 19 at the Fairmont Dallas Hotel, where the official ranking of each company was announced.

“We are extremely honored to be recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work” in the North Texas area,” said Community Trust Bank Texas Market President Van Pardue. “This award provides powerful evidence of just how committed our employees are to the Community Trust Bank culture and core values. We have worked hard to provide a pleasant and trusting work space, and create an environment where our employees can thrive professionally and personally.”

The full “Best Places to Work” list is also available online at

About Community Trust Bank
Community Trust Bank, a more than century old, Louisiana­chartered bank, provides a wide range of traditional banking services with 36 banking centers throughout north Louisiana, north Texas and the Houston area, and north and central Mississippi. Community Trust Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Community Trust Financial Corporation, a financial holding company with assets over $3.4 billion. Community Trust Financial Corporation’s common stock is not exchange listed but is traded through individually negotiated transactions. Member FDIC. To learn more, visit