LOAN OFFICERS


Old Monroe

Darrell Harke, NMLS #405771

Darrell Harke began working for the Bank of Old Monroe in 1990 and has served as the President and CEO since 2002. Darrell was born and raised in Troy, MO. After graduating high school, he attended Missouri Baptist University on a basketball scholarship where he earned his Bachelor's of Business Management. Darrell later attended the Mid-South School of Banking in Memphis, Tennessee, now known as the Barrett School of Banking. He still enjoys the competition of a game of basketball, but today a quiet game of golf is more his style. He and his wife Mary, also enjoy entertaining family and friends.

Beyond his title of President, Darrell is also a lender for the bank and is readily available to assist customers with their banking needs.

"I have lived my life by the golden rule, treating people how you want to be treated. The Bank of Old Monroe exemplifies this value and strives to treat both its employees and customers as family. I feel incredibly lucky to be a part of an organization that places such a high priority on people and customer service."
 

Dale McDonald, NMLS #405833

Dale McDonald has been with the bank since 2001. Beginning as a Compliance Officer and Loan Officer, his role quickly evolved into Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer and was later appointed to the Board of Directors in 2006. Dale was born and raised in Lincoln County and later graduated with a Master of Business Administration from Lindenwood University and Bachelor's in Agriculture Economics from University of Missouri-Columbia. He is involved in many organizations and serves as director for the Lincoln County R-III School Board, the Public Water District #2, and Missouri Independent Bankers’ Association. In his free time, Dale enjoys coaching his children’s ball teams, watching MIZZOU football and spending time with his family at their farm.

"We pride ourselves on providing 'Big Bank' services with a 'Community Bank' touch.  We understand customer service doesn't stop at the front door, but extends into our community as well.  I'm proud of our BOOM family for dedicating countless hours of coaching, volunteering and serving those around us." 
 

R. Brad Pring, NMLS #405867

Brad Pring began working for Bank of Old Monroe in 2006 as a loan officer. He has since been promoted to Vice President and serves as the program director for Old Monroe Investment Services. Before beginning his banking career in 1982, he earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Missouri, Columbia. Over the years he has committed himself to many organizations such as the Chamber of Commerce in the city of St. Charles and in O’Fallon, the YMCA of St. Charles, and the St. Louis chapter of the Institute of Certified Financial Planners. Outside of work, Brad enjoys spending quality time with his family and friends, recreational shooting sports and flying powered and unpowered aircrafts.

"I love meeting and helping customers achieve their short and long-term financial goals. Bank of Old Monroe allows me to do so in all areas of our customers' financial lives giving me great professional and personal satisfaction."

 

Maggie Diederich, NMLS #1480359

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Moscow Mills

Michael Miller, NMLS #405839

Mike joined Bank of Old Monroe in 1989 and currently serves as the Senior Vice President, Loan Officer, and Branch Manager of the Moscow Mills location. He graduated from University of Missouri Columbia with a Bachelor's in Ag Education. His experience has taught him how to appreciate the customer’s point of view and always has their best interests at heart. Mike volunteers with Residents Encounter Christ, non-denominational a prison ministry serving prisons all over the state, and Community Opportunities for People with Developmental Disabilities, and serves as Treasurer on both their Boards. He enjoys being outside, doing yard work, spending time with friends and family, and volunteering.

"I enjoy working at Bank of Old Monroe because of the “community bank” atmosphere. I am proud to know my customers by name and partner with them to accomplish their goals. I love being a part of this great community and creating lifelong relationship with my customers" 
 

Angie Kientzy, NMLS #1192342

Angie Kientzy joined the Bank of Old Monroe in 2009. Starting as a part-time Teller, she quickly made her way to her current position as a Loan Secretary and Loan Officer. Angie possesses an Associate’s Degree in Accounting and has attended many seminars on lending and loan compliance. Angie has spent most of her life in the Lincoln County area and has volunteered for numerous fundraisers and community events of which Relay for Life is her particular favorite. Outside of work, Angie enjoys spending time with family and friends, helping on the farm and playing volleyball.

"Technology has drastically changed our industry but one thing that will never change is the importance of excellent customer service. With Bank of Old Monroe, you are establishing a long term relationship; whether it’s opening a new account, needing a loan or seeking investment advice, we are there every step of the way."

 

O’Fallon

Sandy Parr, NMLS #405812

Sandy Parr started with the Bank of Old Monroe in 1990 as a Teller and advanced through many other positions until being promoted to Loan Officer. In 2005 she accepted the promotion to Vice President and Branch Manager of the Wentzville location. In 2015 she assumed the Branch Manager position at the O’Fallon location. Her variety of experience has made her knowledgeable in many areas of banking. Raised in St. Paul, Sandy has remained active in her community by participating in Western St. Charles County Chamber of Commerce, Wentzville Rotary Club, Wentzville Historical Society and Wentzville Crisis Nursery. Sandy enjoys spending time with her family as well as crafting, reading and gardening.

"The most rewarding part of my job is helping customers purchase or construct the home of their dreams. I strive to not only make loans but build lasting relationships. I love the Bank of Old Monroe family; their thoughtfulness and generosity is tremendous."
 

David Vandeven, NMLS #746508

David Vandeven joined the Bank of Old Monroe in 2014 as a Commercial Loan Officer at the O’Fallon branch.  Before beginning his banking career in 1982, He received a Bachelor's degree in management and is a graduate of School for Bank Administration in Wisconsin.  David is a native of Cape Girardeau, MO. In his free time, he enjoys spending time at the farm with family, hunting and traveling.

"I enjoy providing my business partners with the many unique benefits that come with banking at a locally owned and operated community bank.  It's hard to beat relationship, loyalty and true friendship."

 

Wentzville

Tyler Peasel, NMLS #1050943

Tyler Peasel joined the Bank of Old Monroe in 2013 as a Loan Officer specializing in mortgage lending and has since been named Assistant Vice President. A graduate of Central Methodist University in 2012 with a business degree, Tyler had the opportunity to play golf for the CMU Eagles while attending. He is an active member of the Troy Area Chamber of Commerce as well as the Troy Young Professionals Network. Outside of the bank, Tyler enjoys coaching basketball, golfing and spending time with his friends and family.

"The old fashion ideals and commitment of the bank allow me to offer first class personal service with modernized technology. The family atmosphere amongst Bank of Old Monroe’s employees and customers is second to none."

 

Troy

Casey Hopkins, NMLS #405821

Casey Hopkins began working for Bank of Old Monroe in 2006 as a Loan Officer at the Moscow Mills branch.  He has since been promoted to Senior Vice President and is currently Branch Manager of the Troy location. He is a graduate of Maryville University with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Barrett School of Banking and Missouri Banker’s Association Graduate School of Lending. A native to Lincoln County, he is active in community activities such as coaching basketball, Troy Chamber and a board member of the Lincoln County R-III Education Foundation to name a few. In his free time, Casey enjoys spending time with his family and friends, playing golf and watching Kansas basketball.

"I enjoy working for and being a part of Bank of Old Monroe because everyone sincerely cares about their co-workers and the customers we serve. The Bank operates at a high level, can service most any needs and actively gives back to the community which is important to me since this is where I grew up and am now raising my family."

 

Katrina Grasshoff, NMLS #1576380

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