With the enrollment of college courses upon us, OTC students were informed of a new internship opportunity through Branson Bank. The internship, developed by the local bank, was created to educate students about the many facets of the financial industry while building relationships that encourage area college students to seek future careers in Taney and Stone County.
On Thursday, November 9, Tanger Outlets Branson and Branson Bank partnered to honor three area Veterans. Mr. Pete Andela, Mr. Jim Davis, and Mr. Edward Krieser, all 2017 Branson Bank Veterans of the Quarter, were honored in the first Veteran ceremony at Tanger Outlets, that morning.
Thank you to all of those that attended the Agriculture Seminar last night at Forsyth Schools. We appreciate our guest speakers Dr. G. Cliff Lamb, Ben Lohmann, as well as our vendors: MFA Farm & Home, University of Missouri Extension, and the Animal Clinic of Forsyth. Looking forward to another successful event next year!
Branson Bank is pleased to announce the addition of Katie Hodges, as Vice President of Commercial Lending. As a Commercial Lender, Hodges will focus on building and growing long-term banking relationships in Taney and Stone Counties. She will be involved in small business loans, commercial real estate lending, and construction lending.
Join us Thursday, October 19th at Forsyth High School, beginning at 5pm to learn how to aggressively manage reproduction, drive efficiency, and generate revenue. Guest Speakers include Dr. G. Cliff Lamb, currently the Department Chair for Animal Science at Texas A&M University and Ben Lohmann the Beef Sire Acquisitions Manager with ABS Global. RSVP to Halley Fleming by Tuesday, October 17th to email@example.com or (417) 334-9696. Setting is limited, so please call ahead.
Branson Bank is proud to announce the 2017 Cookie Recipe Calendar Contest Winners. These 5th - 8th grade students submitted their photo and favorite cookie recipe for all to enjoy.
Branson Bank fully believes in giving back to the community, especially when it involves a student's pursuit of higher education.
The University of Missouri and Branson Bank are partnering together to bring an educational Forage Improvement Tour to Eastern Taney County. Thursday, October 13th from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. several area farmers will gather to learn about: Diversified Forage Options, Weed Control/Round Bale Silage, Marketing Meat off the Farm, and Novel Endophyte Fescue Research and Economics. The event is open to the public at no cost, if interested please contact Halley Fleming 417-334-9696.
At Branson Bank we want to make convenient electronic services available to all customers while safeguarding customer information and privacy.
We were one of the proud sponsors at the Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast as host J. Warner Wallace addressed the community on this celebration of National Day of Prayer.
Over 3,000 lbs. of Financial Documents Safely Placed in Shred
Branson Bank will begin its support of area renewable energy initiatives with the installation of commercial solar power systems at the Highway 248 and Forsyth locations in the coming weeks.
Join us for Cinco de Mayo at Skyline Baptist Church, May 5th from 4:30pm to 7:00pm.
Branson Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Deanna Wagnon to Operations Officer at Branson Bank.
Branson Bank is inviting visitors and customers to explore its new website. The new site has been designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality, allowing customers to access detailed product and service information.
Branson Bank is pleased to announce that Cory Ross has joined the team as Vice President, Retail Operations Officer based at the Hwy. 248 location. Ross will oversee Branson Bank’s retail products and services and will manage retail personnel including Teller and New Account employees.
Branson Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Lynette Hornbostel to Loan Operations Officer.
The Branson community was devastated this weekend with the death of six year old, Jasmine Miller. A Memorial account has been established at Branson Bank and is currently accepting donations for the family. The funds will be disbursed to the family of Jasmine Miller to be utilized at their discretion.