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Farm Bureau Bank Welcomes Cathy Alexander as New Director of Relationship Banking

Farm Bureau Bank is pleased to announce that Cathy Alexander will serve as the new Director of Relationship Banking. In her role, Alexander will be a driving force in leading the Relationship Banking organization across Farm Bureau Bank's resident communities, including Reno, San Antonio, and various Commercial Markets. 

"Bringing Cathy on board underscores our commitment to deepening our client relationships and expanding our presence in the marketplace," says Will Hileman, Farm Bureau Bank President and CEO. "With her depth of experience, we are confident that she will help us enhance our banking services and strategies and lead our Relationship Banking team in the right direction.” 

With a rich background in client retention and acquisition, relationship management, brand and marketing strategies, Alexander will be essential in helping steer the bank's direction in these crucial areas. Farm Bureau Bank is excited about the new ideas and approaches Cathy Alexander will bring as Director of Relationship Banking, starting a fresh chapter of growth for the team.

“Farm Bureau Bank stands out for its unwavering commitment to Farm Bureau Organizations and the communities they serve,” says Alexander. “As we invest in the Relationship Banking team, I am eager to contribute to the program. Our goal is to deliver exceptional client experiences, build deep relationships with our Farm Bureau constituencies, support the financial needs of small businesses and families, and build strong partnerships in strategic markets.”

Alexander has over 30 years of financial services experience, having worked in a variety of leadership positions for several financial institutions. Prior to joining Farm Bureau Bank, she was the Chief Marketing Officer and Senior Vice President of Retail Banking for Frederick County Bank in Frederick, Maryland. She was previously a member of the Rotary Club of Carroll Creek. She has also held positions on the board of directors for Frederick Health Hospice, Weinberg Center for the Arts, Inc., and the Frederick Community College Foundation. Alexander has a BA in Psychology from Towson State University in Towson, Maryland.