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September 2014

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UMB Bank Promotes Angie

Johnson to Senior Vice President,

Treasury Management Regional

Sales Manager

UMB Bank, n.a., a subsidiary of UMB has

promoted Angie Johnson to senior vice

president, treasury management regional

sales manager. In her new role, Johnson is

responsible for leading the treasury management sales teams

in Oklahoma and Kansas, enriching the sales process with

product innovation and building brand awareness. Johnson has

more than eight years’ experience in the banking and financial

services industry. Prior to her new role as senior vice president,

she served as senior vice president of cash management at

Coppermark Bank, which merged with Prosperity Bank last

year, in Oklahoma City. “Angie has shown great strength in

her leadership skills throughout her career,” said Paul Jarrett,

director of International Services and Sales. “She will play

an integral role in growing our treasury management division

and we look forward to her leadership in this new position.”

Johnson attended Oklahoma State University and University

of Colorado – Boulder. She is an active member of her

community serving on multiple boards including; the Board of

Directors for the Edmond Chamber of Commerce, Chairman

for the Oklahoma Young Professional Leaders, and Oklahoma

State University SSB Alumni Board.

KBA Presents Donation to ABA’s National

Bank PAC

KBA Chairman Kelly Mason, First National Bank in Pratt and

Doug Wareham, KBA’s EVP-Government Relations recently

presented a $5,000 contribution from Kansas bankers to ABA’s

National BankPAC while attending ABA’s Summer Leadership

Meeting held recently in Denver, Colorado. Receiving the

contribution on behalf of ABA are ABA Chairman of the Board

Jeff Plagge and Wesley Hoskins, Chairman of ABA’s National

BankPAC Committee. The $5,000 contribution brings the

calendar year total support for pro-banking federal legislative

candidates to $36,000.00. Special thanks to each and every

Kansas banker that supports KBA’s BankPAC.

Kansas Banker Named GSBC

Chair

Mike Stevens has been appointed chair

of the Graduate School of Banking at

Colorado (GSBC) for its 2014-2015

academic year. He is chief executive

officer and chairman of Centera Bank,

Sublette, Kan., where he has been

employed for 36 years. As a long-time community banker in

Kansas, one of GSBC’s strongest supporting states, Stevens

is well equipped to advise the school, and brings a wealth of

knowledge and experience to the role. Stevens has lead the

Kansas banking community in many capacities throughout

his career, serving as chairman of both the Kansas Bankers

Association (KBA) and the KBA’s Federal Affairs Committee.

He has also served on numerous boards including the KBA

Board of Directors, Schools of Banking Board of Directors and

the Kansas Banking Board. “We’re excited to have Mike guide

the GSBC Board of Trustees in 2015,” said GSBC President

Tim Koch. “His guidance and knowledge is invaluable to

GSBC as we continue to evolve to meet the needs of the

nation’s community banks.” Stevens is a 1981 graduate of

GSBC, and a 1977 graduate of the University of Kansas. He is

supported in his new role by his wife Risa, a lifelong educator.

They have six children and nine grandchildren. Stevens

succeeds outgoing GSBC chair Chad Adams, president of

Adams Bank & Trust of Ogallala, Neb.

Briefly... In Kansas Banking