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Landmark Bank-Southern Missouri Regional Credit Executive Dan Corman retired, effective Jan. 1, 2019. 

Tallying more than 40 years in banking, Corman spent more than 20 years serving the community as part of the Landmark family. He began his Landmark career in 1996 by assuming leadership of the then-newly opened Willow Springs bank and then rose to become senior vice president and regional credit executive for the Landmark Banks of southern Missouri.

“The 23 years spent at Landmark Bank were never dull, always professionally challenging, have been very rewarding and have gone by fast,” Corman said. “In this day and time, it is not many who are fortunate enough to work for a great company doing a job they enjoy their entire career and to be able to do it in a place where they were born and raised and want to live. For that I am most grateful.”

Corman’s retirement has resulted in the expansion of duties for Landmark Bank-Southern Missouri Regional President Steve Vines, who will assume some of the former regional credit executive’s responsibilities.

“I have worked with Dan for the past 23 years, and he is certainly someone I consider a mentor and friend,” Vines said. “I wish him well with whatever his future may hold.”

Public receptions for Corman are scheduled as follows:

• Friday, Feb. 8, 2019, 10 a.m. to noon, Landmark Bank-Willow Springs, 925 E. Main St, Willow Springs, MO 65793

• Friday, Feb. 8, 2019, 2 to 4 p.m., Landmark Bank-West Plains, 1802 E. Hwy K West Plains, Missouri 65775

Started as a family business more than 100 years ago, Landmark Bank began as a single branch in Mountain View, Missouri, and has since grown to serve customers in communities across Missouri, Texas and Oklahoma.

For more information about Landmark Bank, visit landmarkbank.com.

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