Ramage Appointed to ICBA Committee Alabama banker to advocate on behalf of the nation’s community banks

Published 11:54 am Monday, March 25, 2024

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Washington DC (March 25, 2024) —The Independent Community Bankers of

America® (ICBA) today announced that John Ramage, Executive Vice President and CAO of Troy Bank

& Trust in Troy, Alabama was elected to serve on ICBA’s Legislative Issues Committee. Ramage will

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continue to serve as the Alabama representative to the ICBA Federal Delegate Board. ICBA is the

nation’s voice for community banks and is committed to its founding mission to create and promote an

environment where community banks flourish.

“Community banks, as relationship lenders, prioritize the needs of their customers and serve as trusted

stewards of their financial future,” said Ramage. “I’m a proud fifth generation community banker and

honored to be called upon to help ICBA safeguard our industry by underscoring the vital role community

banks serve in our nation’s economy and working to ensure a strong, diversified financial sector that

benefits every American.”

In addition to helping shape and promote ICBA’s national policy positions and programs, Ramage’s duties

include engaging in grassroots activities in Alabama to advocate pro-community bank policies and

serving as a liaison between community banks and ICBA leadership in Washington, D.C.

“John is an esteemed civic leader and dedicated community banker, generously contributing his time to

champion and advance the crucial role of community banks within our financial system,” said ICBA

Chairman Lucas White, president of the Fountain Trust Co. in Covington, Ind. “We are honored to

leverage John’s talents and resources in support of ICBA’s efforts, and we extend our sincere gratitude

for his unwavering commitment to securing a vibrant future for community banking.”