Boone County National Bank recognizes employees with prestigious awards

Wednesday, November 21, 2012 | 2:29 p.m. CST

COLUMBIA — Boone County National Bank announces the 2011 winners of the bank’s most prestigious awards. The awards were presented at the bank’s annual employee awards ceremony.

Ali Thompson was presented the Dorothy Jacob Legendary Service Award for embracing and consistently delivering service to the customers and employees of Boone County National Bank. Thompson is a consumer banking representative at the West Broadway Bank.

Charlotte Gaddy was presented the Connie Martin Sales Award for exemplifying sales excellence by developing partnerships throughout Boone County National Bank and the community. Gaddy is a consumer loan officer.

Lynn Limback was presented the Wayne Mountjoy Leadership Award for exemplifying integrity, loyalty and leadership at Boone County National Bank. Limback is a residential lending officer.

Joy Lusby was presented the Bo Fraser Legendary Service Award for embracing and consistently delivering service to the customers and coworkers of Boone County National Bank. Lusby is a credit administration floater.

Boone County National Bank is a $1.3 billion community bank with 17 locations in Columbia, Ashland, Boonville, Hallsville, Sturgeon and Centralia. As a member of Central Bancompany, Boone County National Bank was recognized as one of America’s Best Banks by Forbes magazine.

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