OMB is pleased to announce that Travis Beazley, senior vice president and loan officer, and Danielle Wortham, vice president and compliance officer, recently joined its team.
Beazley has nearly 15 years of banking experience. He began his career as a loan imaging specialist at Liberty Bank before promotions to credit analyst and SBA officer. In 2014 he joined OakStar Bank as an SBA loan manager and, in 2018, was named senior vice president and managing director of SBA lending at Regent Bank. He was most recently senior vice president and director of SBA lending at Guaranty Bank. Beazley holds a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Missouri State University.
Wortham brings more than 25 years of banking experience to OMB, primarily at FirstBank in Denver, Colo., where she was a branch manager for 21 years and, most recently, regional retail manager. Wortham holds a degree in accounting from Barnes College in Denver.
“We are proud of OMB’s continued growth and excited to add the nearly 40 years of combined experience that Travis and Danielle bring to team OMB,” said Mark Harrington, president and CEO. “Adding two professionals of their caliber helps OMB strengthen our commitment to providing exceptional service to our valued customers, small businesses and local communities, while continuing to cultivate a strong and proficient team of banking experts.”
Beazley will office at OMB’s 3050 S. Delaware Ave. Lending Center in Springfield while Wortham will be based out of OMB’s Springfield Operations Center.
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