Means Wilkinson, Mortgage Loan Officer, is part of the fourth generation of the Wilkinson family to help lead Farmers Bank into the future. While a student at the University of Arkansas, Means served Farmers Bank during the summers as a teller and he helped the bank with community activities. He was elected by the Bank's Board of Directors to his current position in March 2012. Means is the namesake of the late Means Wilkinson who served Farmers Bank in literally every capacity for over 60 years.
As Mortgage Loan Officer, Means specializes in long-term fixed rate home mortgage loans, including conventional, FHA/VA, and USDA Rural Development loans. Means serves on the bank's Loan Committee, Risk Management Committee, Asset/Liability Committee, Information Technology Committee, and Customer Relationship Management Committee. He serves in a leading role in the bank's community involvement.
Means is a 2007 graduate of Greenwood High School where he earned two state championships in football. Following in the Wilkinson tradition, Means attended the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville and was a quadruple legacy of the Gamma Chi Zeta Chapter of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. He is the fourth generation of the Wilkinson family to graduate from the University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the Walton College of Business in 2011. He is presently a student at Southern Methodist University's Southwestern Graduate School of Banking.