Serena Williams Promoted
Serena Williams Promoted to Bank Of Washington Officer
Published: April 2, 2017
Washington, MO – Bank of Washington Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer L. B. Eckelkamp, Jr. recently announced the promotion of Serena Williams to an Officer of the bank.
Williams started with the Bank of Washington in 2013 as a universal associate, became an assistant branch manager and was most recently made a retail banking director. She has over 27 years of financial experience, working in both retail and sales.
“Serena has done a wonderful job overseeing the operations and management of the Bank of Washington’s branch inside Schnucks Supercenter in Washington,” stated Bank of Washington President Louis B. “Buzz” Eckelkamp, III. “She leads her team with enthusiasm and strong customer service skills.”
Williams graduated from Everest College in Colorado where she obtained an Associate of Applied Science degree, has taken courses at University of Phoenix for Business Administration, and is currently taking courses with the American Bankers Association. She has volunteered through a variety of organizations within the bank for the community. She and her husband, Michael, reside in Washington with their daughter Lauren.
“I am proud to be employed by a company that always puts their customers first,” stated Williams. “When walking into any of our branches, you are greeted with friendliness and smiles, and you feel as if you are family walking into a home. The Bank of Washington’s commitment to their customers, their employees and the community is amazing.”
The Bank of Washington is the oldest and largest community bank in Franklin County, serving the community for 140 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 ATMs throughout Washington, Marthasville, New Haven, Villa Ridge and Gray Summit.