Bank of Missouri
For 122 years, The Bank of Missouri has met its customers’ needs with the assurance that it would be there tomorrow. Founded in Perryville as The Bank of Perryville in 1891, The Bank of Missouri has grown to reach out beyond its Southeast Missouri roots to provide multiple locations in Cape Girardeau, Perryville and Jackson, as well as branches in Scott City, Marble Hill, Patton, Columbia, Republic, Springfield, Ozark and Branson. They most recently added a loan production office at 2016 N. Westwood in Poplar Bluff.
The Bank of Missouri offers traditional banking products and services. They also offer full-service brokerage and an investments and retirement planning division. Additionally, they operate a title company and insurance agency. The Bank of Missouri is headed by R. David Crader, CEO, and John M. Thompson, president.
Investing in the communities they serve is more than just talk. The Bank of Missouri has an especially strong commitment to local schools and education, and awards scholarships to local high schools and colleges, among other donations and support structures locally and regionally.
To survive and grow over 122 years of national financial fluctuations takes strength, focus and dedication. With a focus on staying an independent community bank, The Bank of Missouri strives to grow through community involvement. Their associates are local faces you know and trust, and live in the same communities that the bank serves.
The Bank of Missouri is big enough to provide services at any level, yet small enough to offer one-on-one treatment at a person level. Since 1891, their focus has been commitment to the community, and that unwavering dedication has earned them respect and a loyal customer base.