Farmer Joins Advisory Board
November 08, 2018
Branson Bank is pleased to announce that Matt Farmer has joined its Advisory Directors, effective immediately. Farmer is currently the Director of Nursing at Cox Medical Center in Branson, MO and the co-owner of Vintage Paris Coffee Shop in Hollister, MO with his wife, Jessica Farmer.
Farmer graduated from College of the Ozarks in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in nursing, followed by a master’s degree in nursing at Western Governors University in 2017. He is on the Board of Directors with Jesus was Homeless, a showcase member of State of the Ozarks, and serves on the worship team at Bloom Church in Branson.
“Matt Farmer is a gifted entrepreneur and community leader who values serving others,” stated Bill Jones, President of Branson Bank. “As a young professional, his unique perspective will certainly complement our existing Advisory Team and better equip our organization for the years to come.”
Farmer will join the current Board of Directors: Wes Strange, Bill Jones, Dean Harmon, Dan Boone, Jerry DeGraffenreid, and Peter Peitz – Chairman. Advisory Directors include: Mike Bilbrey, Tom Boyce, Cynthia Carson, and Dr. Sue Head.
“I believe in the community banking model,” stated Matt Farmer. “Branson Bank’s values and vision match my own, and I am excited to partner with their team not only on the banking level, but to have a voice in their decision-making.”
Branson Bank is a $210 million asset community bank; that is a locally owned and controlled, state chartered financial institution with two locations in Branson and one in Forsyth.