Jonathan Bull Joins Centennial Bank

By Joyce Dimaculangan

Centennial Bank announced that Jonathan Bull has joined the Bank as Commercial Loan Officer and he will be assigned to Conway’s main banking center at 1208 East Oak Street. “We are very excited to have Jonathan join our team,” David Druey, Division President, said. He commented that, “His experience as an Arkansas bank examiner will add a new level of expertise to our lending department.”

Mr. Bull has more than five years of experience as a Senior Bank Examiner with the Jonathan-Bull-Centennial-BankArkansas State Bank Department. He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Central Arkansas.

Mr. Bull and his wife, Leah, are members of Summit Church of Conway.

About Centennial Bank
Founded in 1999, Centennial Bank is a customer-focused bank that provides a broad range of commercial and retail banking and related financial services to businesses, real estate developers, investors, individuals and municipalities. It offers a variety of products and services which include personal banking, business banking, mobile banking, home loans, construction loans, and trust services. The Bank operates several branch locations throughout Arkansas, the Alabama Gulf Coast, the Florida Keys, Florida Panhandle, as well as southwest and central Florida. Centennial Bank is the brand under which various local banks are integrated: First State Bank, Community Bank, Bank of Mountain View, Centennial Bank, Twin City Bank, and Marine Bank of the Florida Keys. These banks were acquired by a group of investors led by John W. Allison, Home Bancshares’ Chairman of the Board. Additional information about Centennial Bank is found at its website: www.my100bank.com.

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