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Preusser Named Community Bank President at First Midwest Bank

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The Board of Directors of First Midwest Bank announced that David Preusser has been named the Community Bank President for the Jackson market.

Preusser has worked in the financial services industry for over 20 years, with extensive knowledge in credit analysis and commercial lending. He will oversee First Midwest’s Jackson location while continuing to serve the residents of Jackson and the surrounding communities as a lender. Preusser steps into his new role following the retirement of John N. Thompson.

“We’re very pleased to have David join our leadership team,” said Jerry Dorton, Executive Vice President of First Midwest Bank. “His experience and commitment to his community will be a great asset to our customers and staff in Jackson.”

David earned both his bachelor’s degree and Master of Business Administration from Southeast Missouri State University. His professional accomplishments include graduating from the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado, serving as president of the Cape West Rotary Club, and being involved with the Jackson Chamber of Commerce and St. Paul Lutheran Church. He lives in Jackson with his wife, Bethany and their three sons.

First Midwest Bank is a family-owned community bank headquartered in Southeast Missouri. Our belief in serving customers with midwestern values has led to steady local growth, long-standing customer relationships, and the ability to make meaningful investments in the communities we call home. Since its founding in 1964, First Midwest has met the financial needs of consumers and businesses with an extensive suite of banking products and services.
Under the Midwest Bancorporation holding company, the First Midwest Bank group has assets of over $1.2 billion and operates 19 locations throughout Missouri, including Cape Girardeau, Dexter and Springfield. For more information, visit First Midwest Bank is a member FDIC and Equal Housing Lender.