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STUTTGART, AR – Farmers and Merchants Bank is pleased to welcome Tracey Adams to the role of Commercial Loan Officer for the Mountain Home market. In her new role, Adams will build commercial relationships, work with strategic partners to support businesses in the North Central Arkansas region and manage a commercial lending portfolio.
“When looking for people to add to your team, integrity, intelligence and energy are key factors”, stated Mountain Home Market President Sally Gilbert. “Tracey Adams brings those traits and more. Her professionalism and experience are great assets for our customers and colleagues, and I am grateful to be able to call Tracey a Farmers and Merchants lender. We look forward to assisting your commercial lending needs and invite her former clients along with new ones to stop by for a visit.”
Adams joins Farmers and Merchants Bank with 38 years of financial industry experience with the majority of her years focused on lending. She has served as a commercial loan officer, supporting small businesses throughout the region, since 1994.
“I am thrilled to join a great team at Farmers & Merchants Bank”, commented Adams. “Farmers and Merchants Bank has a strong community focus and a reputation for exceptional customer service from their leadership and local bankers. I welcome the opportunity to reconnect with past clients and am eager to build new relationships that move the Mountain Home community forward.”
Adams holds long-standing ties to the community and is a graduate of Mtn. Home High School. She is also a graduate of the Arkansas Bankers Association Commercial Lending School.
In addition to her role at the bank, Adams has been a member of the Kiwanis Club for more than 20 years and held the positions of both a past president and past secretary. She is also a member of the Cotter Warrior Booster Club.
Farmers and Merchants Bank, headquartered in Stuttgart, is a locally-owned community bank with 26 locations across the state of Arkansas, including eight operating as The Bank of Fayetteville. With assets in excess of $1.7 billion, Farmers and Merchants is the 10th largest bank chartered in Arkansas.
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