Managing Principal

Craig serves as Managing Principal of The Glenview Trust Company’s Bowling Green office and the Western Kentucky market. Craig has worked in the financial services industry for 36 years.  Prior to joining Glenview Trust, he served as regional president of U.S. Bank where he retired after 26 years of service.

An Edmonson County native and life-long resident of the Bowling Green area, Craig is an active alumnus of Western Kentucky University’s College of Business. He is a graduate of Leadership Kentucky and a U.S. Bank graduate of the Leadership Excellence program at the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota. Craig is an Adjunct Professor at WKU and serves on the Gordon Ford College of Business Advisory Council. Craig has been an active community advocate and volunteer for many non-profits including past chairman of: United Way of Southern Kentucky, Junior Achievement of South Central Kentucky, Scottsville Rotary Club, and the Kentucky Center for Leadership. He served two terms on the board of directors for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and is a past board member of the United Way of Kentucky and the South Central Workforce Development Board. He chaired the WKU Foundation Board of Trustees and is past president of the WKU Hilltopper Athletic Foundation where he still currently serves on the executive committee and board. He has also served on the boards of Warren County DARE, WKU Kentucky Museum, and the BG Area Chamber of Commerce.  He currently serves on the boards of People Opportunity Program for Underserved Populations (POP-UP) and Arts of Southern Kentucky in addition to his work with the Kentucky Center for Leadership and Hilltopper Athletic Foundation.

Craig is well known for his leadership acumen, and for being a servant leader. He is the recipient of numerous volunteers of the year award by the BG Area Chamber, United Way, Junior Achievement, and WKU.  He was recognized as a WKU Distinguished Service Medal recipient in 2014 and is a member of the WKU Legacy of Spirit Society of 1906.  Craig, and wife Deborah, have been recognized by United Way of Southern Kentucky with a Lifetime Giving Award.  Craig’s most joyous duties in life have been to serve as husband to Deborah, father to Summer, and “Pops” to Dorothy.

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