OMB is proud to announce that Forrest Thompson was recently named a Community Bank President. In this new role, Thompson will manage much of OMB’s commercial and agricultural lending business for Mt. Vernon and its surrounding communities.
Thompson began his banking career when he joined OMB in 2019 as a loan officer trainee. In 2020 he was promoted to loan officer and in 2021 was named assistant vice president, loan officer. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Finance and Management from Missouri State University and is an active member of the Missouri Cattlemen’s Association.
“Since joining OMB, Forrest has demonstrated a steadfast commitment to the success of his customers, the bank and his teammates,” said Joey Orr, executive vice president and Community Bank President. “His passion for the Mt. Vernon community is evident and we look forward to his continued success.”
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