r Central Bank is pleased to honor Lou Ballamis for the positive impact he’s had on the Payson community by presenting him with the Central Bank Good Citizen Award. Ballamis received the award on April 14 at an open house at Central Bank in Payson.rBorn and raised in Sandy, Ballamis has been a Payson resident for 12 years. He and his wife, Cherie, own and operate Lou’s Barber Shop on Payson’s Historic Downtown Main Street. The barber shop has been in business for 20 years as of April. Ballamis said he loves living and working in the Payson community and enjoys rubbing shoulders with the great people who live here.rBallamis has served on the Payson & Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce board for the last five years and sits on the board of Communities That Care in Payson. He also serves actively in his church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.rCentral Bank’s Payson office is located at 182 N. Main.