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Mid America Bank Appoints New Executive Vice President Steve Linton
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Mid America Bank Appoints New Executive Vice President Steve Linton

Steve Linton

Steve Linton has been appointed Executive Vice President by Mid America Bank

Mid America Bank is pleased to announce Steve Linton has joined the Bank in the role of Executive Vice President effective April 1st. In this role, Linton will be responsible for the overall leadership of the bank and its culture. He will work with the team to develop and implement strategy, target operational efficiencies, and evaluate opportunities for business expansion. 

Linton brings more than 29 years of banking experience to Mid America Bank. Previously Linton served as Market President for a bank in the St. Louis area. Additionally, he has experience in commercial banking, relationship management, sales management, credit, training, and leadership development.

“We are delighted to welcome Steve Linton to Mid America Bank,” commented Mark Luebbert, President & CEO. “He will be a great addition to our talented team of associates. Steve brings valuable experience that we’re eager to learn from, and use to help grow Mid America Bank,” said Luebbert. 

Linton holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Furman University and a Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing from University of Missouri-Columbia. Linton and his wife Becky will be relocating to Central Missouri from the St. Louis area, where he is an active member of his community and church. He is the Co-Founder of Missouri Warriors Baseball, Inc., a not for profit focused on the development of character in young men through baseball.

About Mid America Bank

Established in 1914, Mid America Bank serves customers from six locations in central Missouri. Mid America Bank prides itself on being a proud locally owned and operated bank that’s good for you and your community too!

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