Bank of Zachary announced today that Judy Foreman, senior vice president of loan production, has retired after 48 years.

“Judy Foreman is the perfect example of what a community banker should be” said President and CEO Mark Marionneaux.  “Her dedication to customers, affection for her fellow employees and her selfless contributions to our community is a standard we all aspire to.  We will miss Judy and will be forever grateful for her commitment to Bank of Zachary.”

A lifelong resident of Zachary, Judy started her career at the bank in the bookkeeping department, worked on the teller line and served as executive secretary to former bank President Harry Morris.  She has been a loan officer for the bank for the last 25 years, before becoming senior vice president over loan production.  Judy’s community volunteer efforts include serving many years as Treasurer of the Zachary Rotary Club.

When asked about her time at the bank, Judy shared, “The wonderful friendships made through the years at Bank of Zachary are one of my greatest joys.  Memories will be treasured as always and held dear to my heart.  I am looking forward to spending time with family and friends and working on my bucket list.”

Judy has a daughter Ann Marie Boudreaux and husband Shawn, grandchildren Alexandra, Jules and Kaleb. Judy and her husband Michael plan to move to their lake home in Arkansas in the coming months.

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