Live Well, Bank Well
Empowering our communities with resources to thrive
The Bank of Missouri (TBOM) is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to its Central Region Advisory Board. Jon Ihler, Gina Rende and Nathan Jones bring the board to a total of ten members.
The Bank of Missouri is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to the Board of Directors for holding company, Reliable Community Bancshares, Inc. Stacey Kamps, Don Fulford and Debbie Williams joined the board Tuesday, May 24, 2022.
“One relationship at a time” is a phrase heard often at The Bank of Missouri. That’s because the Bank was founded on the principles of relationship-building 130 years ago. Through relationships, we empower our community with the resources they need to thrive.
The Bank of Missouri congratulates Adrian Breen on his 5-year work anniversary! Adrian serves as CEO and President at The Bank of Missouri.
I want to share something with all of you on the value of having a “method.”
Adrian Breen played college football for the Morehead State Eagles and went on to play for the Cincinnati Bengals in 1987. Now, he’s CEO at The Bank of Missouri.
Physical distancing requirements have led many to look for alternative ways to celebrate Labor Day this year. Street parades, festivals, and other outdoor gatherings are being canceled. But our nation is still committed to celebrating the American worker.
Have you ever walked up to a watermelon stand with over a hundred watermelons and wondered how to pick the right one? Have you ever looked at a watermelon and thought they are simply green on the outside with stripes and red on the inside?
The health and well-being of our employees, customers and communities is always a top priority for us. As such, we are closely monitoring this developing situation and are following updates from the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19).
This is the story of how opening a wrong drawer led to reclaiming a lost piece of local history. Had the content in the drawer been less compelling, or the opener of the drawer been less curious, we wouldn’t be where we are. But as it turns out, Denise Lincoln is the one who opened that drawer.