ROGERS, AR – Generations Bank welcomes Brian Wilfong to their team as a Commercial Loan Officer for the Kimberling City market. In this role, Brian will be responsible for meeting the loan needs of the community, building customer relationships, and working with clients to understand and help meet their financial needs. “Brian is a longtime resident of the Table Rock community. He shares the same passions for community growth and success as we all do at Generations,” said Sam Piche, Kimberling City Market President of Generations Bank. “Brian brings a wealth of knowledge about the area and an understanding of the needs of local area businesses. He is the perfect complement to our team in Kimberling City. We look forward to seeing him become more involved with the community through his new role.”
“I enjoy working with my clients to help them find financial solutions that are right for their business,” explained Wilfong. “I look forward to forming new relationships at Generations Bank and gaining my client’s trust as we work together to reach their financial goals.”
Brian attended Missouri State University for his bachelor’s degree. He serves as the President-Elect for the Hollister Chamber of Commerce and Hollister Rotary Club and on the board of directors for Branson Education Foundation and Developmental Connections. He is an ambassador for the Table Rock Chamber of Commerce, winning Ambassador of the Year in 2022.
About Generations Bank:
Established in 1907, Generations Bank is a full-service community bank that provides a variety of banking products to serve the needs of individuals and businesses alike. The bank’s name pays homage to the rich history present in the generational leadership from the Harrell family. Generations Bank currently has 10 locations in Arkansas serving the communities of Bentonville, Camden, Fayetteville, Hampton, Junction City, Rogers, Siloam Springs, and Van Buren, and 1 location in Missouri serving the Kimberling City community.