Board of Advisors
Cinda Bell is the owner and operator of Charles E. Osborn Agency, a family-owned insurance agency founded in Greenwood in 1907. She serves on the Greenwood Parks Committee and is an active member of the South Sebastian County Historical Society, Rotary Club and Chamber of Commerce. She attended Greenwood High School and Hendrix College. She enjoys travel, theater and gardening. "This bank has a true sense of community," Cinda says.
Bob Evans is a retired Superintendent of Schools in Greenwood. He serves on the Sebastian County Equalization Board and the Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority, and is an active member of Kiwanis and the Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators. Bob earned a BSE in business administration and an MSE in school administration. He enjoys sports camping, reading and geneology. "They treat us like family," Bob says of the bank.
Joicie Gilbreath is a retired music teacher. She is a member of the Music Educators National Conference and the South Sebastian Historical Society. She was graduated from Greenwood High School and the Univerity of Arkansas, from which she earned a bachelor's degree in music. "My family connections with the bank go back to my grandfather, who served on the original board of directors. It's a bank where everybody knows your name," Joicie said.
Jerry McConnell is now retired, having worked as the managing editor of the Arkansas Democrat and the executive sports editor at the Daily Oklahoman. He has been an active participant in the Greenwood Education Foundation, Arkansas Track and Field Hall of Fame and Sigma Delta Chi (for professional journalists). He was graduated from Greenwood High School and the University of Arkansas. His interests include politics, history, sports and jazz.
Curtis Weaver is a retired businessman. He serves on the Greenwood School Board, County Parks Commission and the Boys and Girls Club's Board of Directors. He earned his BBA and MBA from Texas Tech University. His personal interests include golf, travel and spending time with his grandchildren. "On both a personal and professional level, I have found the integrity of the bank and the family to be second to none," Curtis said.
Larry Williams is a retired farmer and restaurant operator, and now an active member of the United Methodist Church. He enjoys growing vegetables in his garden, and then giving them away to friends and older citizens of the community. Larry is also an avid collector of old coins and vintage stamps. "From my grandfather to my grandchildren, we have always done business with Farmers Bank and we're better people for it," Larry said.