SFC Bank Announces New Chairman, Vice-Chairman of Board

Rob Fulp  CEO, Jim Anderson Chairman, Larry Lipscomb Vice-Chairman, Monte McNew President

Springfield First Community Bank recently elected existing board members Jim Anderson and Larry Lipscomb as Chairman of the Board and Vice-Chairman, respectively.

“Our bank is privileged to have such an outstanding leadership team in our board of directors. We are truly honored that Jim and Larry have accepted these appointments. They have both made valuable contributions to our continued success, and we are blessed to have such highly respected and successful people leading our board and bank,” stated Rob Fulp, SFC Bank Chief Executive Officer and Director.

Jim Anderson served 26 years as President of the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce, retiring in 2014. From 2014 – 2017, he served as Vice President of Marketing and Public Affairs for CoxHealth. He still works part-time at CoxHealth in the areas of community relations and public affairs. Jim has enjoyed a long career in the Ozarks, where he has built strong relationships with civic, business and governmental leaders. He has received numerous awards for his leadership and excellence in business, including the Springfieldian award and The Missourian Award in 2005, Lifetime Achievement in Business Award in 2007, and many others. In 2002, Drury University awarded him the Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree, and during his tenure as President of the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce, the Chamber was recognized as Chamber of the Year by its national professional organization in 2012.

“I’m fortunate to be a part of SFC Bank’s exceptional Board of Directors and look forward to our continued growth and success,” said Jim Anderson. “I think SFC is unique in the way that they truly put the customer first, and that is not something that is often experienced in banking today.”

Larry Lipscomb was an organizer of SFC, has sat on multiple bank boards, and is currently the President of eight corporations, managing member of three LLCs, and also holds his real estate license in the state of Missouri. Lipscomb is past Chairman and currently a board member for CoxHealth, Cox College, and serves on several community boards as well.

“I’m thankful to have been a part of SFC since its inception, and am excited for what lies ahead,” said Larry Lipscomb. “SFC Bank is one of the fastest growing banks in the state of Missouri, and that is a testament to the outstanding team members that are dedicated to providing the very best service to our community and our customers.”

SFC Bank is a local full-service bank, which strives to have a positive impact through volunteerism, philanthropy, and a responsible approach to financial services. SFC is dedicated to meeting the financial needs of the surrounding community and exceeding expectations of customers. In July 2018, QCR Holdings completed a merger with Springfield Bancshares, Inc., the holding company of SFC Bank of Springfield, Missouri. With the addition of SFC Bank, QCR Holdings has 27 locations in Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin and Missouri. As of July 1, 2018, QCR Holdings had approximately $4.7 billion in assets, $3.6 billion in loans and $3.7 billion in deposits. To learn more about SFC Bank, visit SFCBank.com.

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