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Casey Hopkins

The Bank of Old Monroe recently announced the promotion of Casey Hopkins to Executive Vice President. Casey assumed his new title on June 1 and will continue his branch development and commercial lender roles while also being responsible for oversight of the Freddie Mac and Old Monroe Investment Services divisions of the bank. 

“It is with great excitement I announce Casey’s new leadership position within the bank. Over the course of Casey’s fourteen years with the bank, he has been vital to the banks success, and I look forward to watching him grow in his new management position,” said Darrell Harke, president and CEO of the Bank of Old Monroe. 

Hopkins was hired by the Bank of Old Monroe in 2006 as a loan officer at the Moscow Mills branch.  In 2016, he was promoted to Senior Vice President and in 2016 opened the Troy branch where he has served as branch manager.

“Casey’s diverse experience at multiple branch locations and throughout various departments of the bank have equipped him for this new role. I look forward to him joining the executive team and working alongside him to grow the bank,” said Dale McDonald, EVP and CFO. 

As a community banker, Casey is active in various community organizations including the Troy Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Mercy Health Foundation Board of Directors, and is also active in numerous activities with the Lincoln County R-III School District. 

“I truly look forward to continuing to serve our customers while assuming a larger role in regard to our internal constituency. Since its inception 113 years ago, the Bank of Old Monroe has benefitted from strong leadership, and it is an honor to grow and be a part of this management team.  There are so many dedicated, hard-working, selfless employees that make us great, and I look forward to supporting them in my new role.”

Hopkins is a graduate of Maryville University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. He is also a graduate of the Barrett School of Banking and the Missouri Banker’s Association School of Lending. He and his wife, Holly, have three daughters.  

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