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Vice President of Commercial Banking, Central Bank of Boone County
I develop lending and treasury management relationships with an amazing group of local small business owners.
Fulton and Jefferson City.
BSBA in finance at MU.
My first four years out of college were spent with our affiliate and holding company, Central Bank and Central Bancompany, in Jefferson City. I migrated north in 2005 to work as a commercial loan officer.
I have two — Rick Ravenhill & Ed Scavone.
Not all bankers are good golfers.
I love listening to the passion that business owners have when they’re talking about why their business is successful and what they’ve learned in the process.
Co-chairing the 2015 Chamber Total Resource Campaign with an inspiring group of people who helped exceed our fundraising goal.
To avoid turning 40 years old. This year was easy. Next year is looking good too. After that, it’s up in the air.
Developing business relationships with at least 10 brand new clients. Co-chairing the 2016 Chamber Total Resource Campaign and exceeding the goal again.
Listening to clients who are searching for a solution to a problem, and then helping them solve it.
The knowledge that every client offers me the chance to learn something brand new, to be creative, and to be better at what I do.
With no physical limitations? Striker for the US Men’s National Soccer Team and calling play-by-play for the Cardinals. As is? More likely, shuttling kids to and from soccer and T-ball.
Voluntary Action Center board of directors, Chamber of Commerce Total Resource Campaign co-chair, Chamber of Commerce ambassador, Columbia Housing Authority financial advisory committee, Leadership Columbia ’08.
Graduating from Graduate School of Banking, in Madison, Wisconsin, last year.
Playing softball every week at Cosmo Park with my lovely wife and the team that introduced us to each other. She is way better than I am, so I don’t lose any marriage points in the process either.
Knowing most of the songs on the Billboard Top 100.
You can’t have a rational disagreement with anyone under 7 years old.
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