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Desmond Joins

Desmond Joins the Bank of Washington

Published: May 4, 2014

Stacey Vedder portraitWashington, MO – L. B. Eckelkamp, Jr., chairman of the board and chief executive officer of the Bank of Washington has announced the addition of Stacey Desmond.

Desmond has joined the bank as a loan compliance officer with over 16 years of banking experience. The last 10 years of her career have been mainly focused on loan compliance. Additional previous positions within the banking industry include credit analyst, consumer lender and assistant branch manager.  

“I value being a part of the Bank of Washington family because it gives me the opportunity to be part of a team that focuses on the customer while providing them with the best products and services. I have been impressed by the bank’s commitment to technology and product development all while maintaining that hometown community bank atmosphere for both customers and employees. I have witnessed the bank’s involvement in the community and look forward to being a part of growing a stronger place to work and live,” said Desmond.  

Desmond is a graduate of St. Francis Borgia Regional High School and William Woods University. She is a member of St. Francis Borgia Church and resides in Washington with her two sons, Brayden and Ian. Desmond volunteers throughout the community, is involved with many of her children’s activities and is also a registered MSHSAA volleyball official.

The Bank of Washington is the oldest and largest community bank in Franklin County, serving the community for over 135 years, and offering banking seven days a week at their branch located inside Schnucks in Washington. In addition to six convenient branch facilities located throughout Washington, Gray Summit and Villa Ridge, the Bank of Washington also provides online banking, mobile banking and 14 ATMs throughout Washington, Marthasville, New Haven, Villa Ridge and Gray Summit.

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