Lovell honored for 30 years of service
Bank of Louisiana President Amber Shafer presented Phyllis Lovell with a certificate for a 10 day cruise/trip in honor of her 30 years of service.
Phyllis Lovell was presented with a gift certificate awarding her a 10 day trip/cruise in honor of 30 years of service with Bank of Louisiana.
Lovell was hired as Bank of Louisiana’s bookkeeper in January 1983, and was promoted to head bookkeeper in 1984.
She has worked in many areas of the bank including balancing checking and savings accounts, safe deposit boxes, CDs, and as a part time teller.
As head bookkeeper, she processes the ACH and NSF items, monitors and maintains accounts, balances the general ledger and prepares all account statements for customers.
Technology has changed her position tremendously over the years, but she has always adapted and trained to stay on top of the industry standards.
Lovell is a 1973 Bowling Green High School graduate and she has taken computer courses at Pike-Lincoln Technical Center, along with annual industry training. She has been the pianist at Second Baptist Church in Bowling Green for 35 years.
She has two daughters, Kim Stone of Louisiana and Kari Gibbs of Hannibal. In her spare time she enjoys Civil War reenactments and history, spending time with family and friends, and traveling.
She plans to use her well deserved trip to go to Savannah, Ga. with her daughters and also visit Charleston, S.C.