Several internal career shifts have taken place that will affect the Landmark Bank system in the new year.

Previously serving as the Landmark community bank president in Houston, Mo., Eric Wells was selected to serve as Landmark’s southern Missouri district president, a newly-formed role that assumes responsibilities regarding business development and managing the commercial line of business for the Houston, Licking, Mtn. View, and Birch Tree markets.

Cindy Bradford was promoted to community bank president of the Mtn. View and Birch Tree locations.

Curt Hugenot was promoted to community bank president in Houston, succeeding Wells, while maintaining his role as community bank president in Licking.

Concluding a 23-year Landmark Bank career, Southern Missouri Regional Credit Executive Dan Corman retired Jan. 1. Landmark Bank-Southern Missouri Regional President Steve Vines has expanded his duties to serve Landmark clients following Corman’s departure.

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

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