The Bank of Missouri (TBOM) is proud to welcome Taylor Clark as a new commercial loan officer at the Branson Branch. Clark is an eight-year resident of Branson, with many ties to the community through his service to KLIFE Ministries. Peter Connolly, Community Bank President at the Branson Branch, said it’s Clark’s years of experience in leadership and business, combined with his people-first mindset, which makes him a great fit for the role at the bank.
“I am excited to add Taylor Clark to our team in the Branson market,” Connolly said. “He is a humble leader who knows how to build relationships with others, and he has a strong desire to positively impact those around him.”
Clark received his undergraduate degree from The University of Oklahoma, attended the Kanakuk Institute, and completed his Master of Ministry, Leadership and Ethics, at John Brown University. He and his wife have three sons. When he’s not working, Clark spends time coaching his sons’ sports teams, spending time on Table Rock Lake, and making memories traveling with family and friends.
“I am honored to join The Bank of Missouri as this provides me the opportunity to live out my passion of helping people get from where they are to where they want to go,” Clark said.
The Bank of Missouri has a rich 131-year history, growing from one branch in Perryville to 29 branches and four digital branches across the state. As a community bank at heart, wielding $2.8 billion in assets, the bank is small enough to offer personalized, relationship-centered service, yet large enough to meet nearly any financial need. Learn more about The Bank of Missouri at bankofmissouri.com.