FNBC promotes Busch and Price

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FNBC announced it has promoted Daniel Busch to Vice President, Commercial Lender for Fulton County, and Alan Price to Vice President, Commercial Lender in the Bank’s Core Market.

Busch joined FNBC in 2019 as Assistant Vice President and Business Development Officer for the Bank’s two Fulton County offices, located in Salem and Mammoth Spring. He is a respected leader in Fulton County and has been instrumental in FNBC’s recent success within this market. In his expanded role, he will assume market leadership for both offices, managing the lending team and continuing to expand FNBC’s footprint through commercial lending efforts, deposit growth, as well as community involvement and support.

Price started his career with FNBC in 2016 as the Branch Manager of the Batesville office and in 2019 was hired as a commercial lender in Ash Flat. He was a top lender for the Bank’s rollout of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) that was launched by the Small Business Administration in response to the strain many businesses and industries felt due to Covid-19. He will continue to cultivate and build relationships with commercial clients in and around Sharp County.

“Daniel and Alan have both grown as commercial lenders and as community banking leaders over the past few years,” said Chad Hudson, FNBC Regional President and Chief Lending Officer. “They are passionate about helping their clients succeed and are eager to continue to expand their knowledge and expertise. They are both solid bankers who have a strong career ahead of them. We are fortunate to have Daniel and Alan on the FNBC Bank team and to have them leading and serving in their respected markets.”

Busch currently serves as the Mayor of Salem. Prior to joining FNBC, he was the School Resource Officer at the Salem School District and served for nine years as a Corporal with the Arkansas State Police. He also served with the Arkansas Army National Guard.

A graduate of Mammoth Spring High School, he is active in the community, serving on the Ozarka College Foundation Board, and is involved with the Arkansas State Police Retirees Association, the Arkansas Municipal League, White River Regional Solid Waste Management District, Salem Chamber of Commerce and the Fulton County Fair Association. The Salem Chamber of Commerce recognized him as the Community Volunteer of the Year in 2017.

He and his wife, Heather, live in Salem with their two children.

Price is a graduate of Highland High School and holds an Associate of Applied Sciences Degree in Funeral Science from Arkansas State University – Mountain Home. Prior to his banking career, he worked as a senior funeral director and manager for Tri-County Funeral Home in Highland for almost a decade, where he gained leadership and management experience.

He resides in Center with his wife, Ginny, and their three children.

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