Junction City, Kansas:  Central National Bank is pleased to announce the hiring of Financial Advisor and Trust Officer, Blake A. Sutton ChFC®. 

Blake Sutton

Sutton is a lifelong Topeka native and graduate from Washburn University. He holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Criminal Justice Law Enforcement & Corrections and a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Business Management. He earned the Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC®) designation from the American College of Financial Services.

“I am grateful to become part of the Central National Bank family,” said Sutton. “It is exciting to join an organization with such a rich history in serving the community. In my new role, I will be serving as a Financial Advisor as well as a fiduciary Trust Officer.  This move will allow me to provide more holistic planning for my clients, including trust services and estate planning.”

Sutton has served in Financial Services in Topeka for over 20 years, including as an Insurance Regulator with the Kansas Insurance Department, a wholesaler for retirement products, and as a financial planner.  Sutton and wife, Joan, have four children: Talor, Grace, Anna and Maddox. He stays active in the community participating in his church, his children’s activities, as well as serving as an active member and future Board Member of the Downtown Topeka Rotary Club.

“We’re excited for Blake to join our Central National Bank – Wealth Management and Trust Services Division” said Duane Blythe, Central National Bank Trust Division Manager. “Blake brings a special skill in the area of retirement planning services and has 20 years of experience working with people planning for retirement and other financial service needs.  We look forward to him working alongside our customers and sharing his experiences with our staff.”

Central National Bank Announces Financial Advisor/Trust Officer: Blake A. Sutton ChFC®

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