OMB is proud to announce that Bobby Williams recently joined the bank, while Misty Warren has been promoted to branch manager at its 535 W. Fir Rd. location in Carthage.
Williams joins OMB as vice president and commercial loan officer. He has more than 32 years of banking experience, beginning his career as a collector for Boatmen’s Bank before promotions in consumer lending and retail banking. He became a commercial lending officer in 2002 with Hometown Bank and most recently held the same position with Guaranty Bank.
Williams is a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Colorado in Boulder. He is a past president of the Neosho Kiwanis Club and McDonald County Chamber of Commerce and serves on several local non-profit boards. Williams will office at OMB’s 535 W. Fir Rd. location in Carthage.
Warren joined OMB in 2021 as a personal banker and has nearly 45 years of banking experience. She began her career in 1978 at Peoples Bank of Miller before opening Liberty Bank’s Mt. Vernon location as vice president of operations in 1996. In 2007 she joined Jack Henry & Associates, where she spent nearly 15 years before returning to community banking.
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