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Scott Promoted to Senior Vice President
Halley Fleming
Aug 05 2014

Branson Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Tim Scott to Senior Vice President, Commercial Lending. Scott will continue to manage the Falls Parkway Bank Location, while working as a Commercial Lender.

 

Scott has 9 years of banking experience working for Branson Bank since 2005 as a Commercial Loan Officer and Branch Manager. Scott graduated from California Polytechnic with Alpha Iota honors and a Bachelor of Science in Operations Management, receiving his Masters in Business Administration from the University of Missouri. Scott is also a graduate of the ABA Commercial Lending School and recently received certification from the Graduate School of Banking in Boulder, Colorado.

 

“Tim has proven himself to be a tremendous asset to our organization,” said Bill Jones, President. “His work ethic, drive, and passion for giving back to the community has been a fundamental asset to Branson Bank and we feel that this promotion is well-deserved.”

 

Tim is actively involved in many community organizations including: Board Member and Treasurer of The Boys & Girls Club of the Ozarks, Board Member of the Branson Rotary, Business Advisory Member of Ozark Technical Community College, and Adjunct Professor of College of the Ozarks.

 

Scott is married to Dana and has 2 children, Jessyca age 21 and Benjamin age 18. He and his family enjoy a variety of outdoor sports including: Mountain Biking, Hiking, Hunting, and Kayaking.


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