Alan Price named Community President for FNBC’s Sharp County market

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FNBC President and CEO Marty Sellars recently announced the promotion of Alan Price to Community President for FNBC’s charter market in Sharp County, which includes Ash Flat, Cherokee Village, Highland and Hardy. Price has worked in community banking for the last seven years and will be located at the bank’s main office in Ash Flat.

“Alan loves Sharp County and serving our customers, two really important attributes we were looking for in this role,” said Sellars. “He is a trusted and respected leader and lender in our community, and we are proud to have him guiding our flagship market into the future.”

In his new role, Price will lead the growth of the core market’s lending and deposit portfolio, working closely with Branch Manager Alex Young. He will also leverage his strong leadership and business development skills to maintain and build upon the solid presence FNBC has in Sharp County.

“I am grateful to be a part of this wonderful team of Community Bankers and to call Sharp County home,” said Price. “I am honored to continue building on FNBC’s strong 111-year reputation as a true community bank that values relationships and serves as an economic catalyst, creating a better community for all of us.”

Price joined FNBC in 2016 as the Branch Manager for its Batesville office and expanded his responsibilities to include lending in 2018. He became a commercial loan officer in Sharp County in November 2021.

He has an Associate of Applied Science degree from ASU-Mountain Home. He completed the Batesville Leadership program sponsored through the Batesville Area Chamber of Commerice, as well as the Foundation Lending School through the Southwest Graduate School of Banking.

Price and his wife, Ginny, live in Ash Flat and have three children.

FNBC is a $740 million asset community bank headquartered in Ash Flat with locations across North Central and Northeast Arkansas, and Southeast Missouri. It was chartered as the Bank of Ash Flat in 1912 and today, its Sharp County market has $300 million in assets.

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