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DeGraffenreid and Boone Announced as Directors
Halley Fleming
Apr 02 2011

(Branson, MO) Branson Bank recently announced that Jerry DeGraffenreid and Dan Boone have been appointed to the Board of Directors. DeGraffenreid is the agent at Shelter Insurance located in Forsyth, MO and Boone is a Broker/Owner at Coldwell Banker located in Branson, MO.

“Both gentlemen have been serving on Branson Bank’s advisory panel and have already made significant contributions to our organization and community,” says Bill W. Jones, Branson Bank President. “We are thankful to now have both moving forward to serve on our Board of Directors.”

Shelter Insurance goals are to provide exceptional service to all policyholders; emphasizing integrity, excellence, and commitment in providing insurance products to the Tri-Lakes area. Jerry DeGraffenreid has been with Shelter Insurance since 1978.

“The values that I uphold as a Shelter Agent mirror those of Branson Bank,” says DeGraffenreid. “I believe in character, integrity, and community and as a board member that is just an extension of putting those beliefs into action.”

Coldwell Banker is one of the leading Real Estate agencies in the state of Missouri; specializing in lake, vacation, and resort properties throughout Branson, Table Rock Lake, Lake Taneycomo, Bull Shoals, and all of the Tri-Lakes area.

“Building the community is really important,” says Boone. “My interests and values align really well with Branson Bank and I will continue to be a part of their community efforts.”

Branson Bank is a $160 million asset community bank; that is a locally owned and controlled, state chartered financial institution with two locations in Branson and one in Forsyth.

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