Five people have been promoted at Farmers State Bank in Pittsfield.
Adam Lawson has been named senior vice president. He has been with the bank for over 15 years. With extensive commercial and agriculture lending experience, he will continue to oversee the lending team and loan operations.
Jill Moss has been named senior vice president. She joined the bank in 2014 as human resources manager and was appointed to vice president, organizational development, in 2016. Moss has 17 years of internal and external customer service experience. She will continue to lead strategic and organizational initiatives.
Jane Smith has been named senior vice president. She has worked for the bank for 37 years in various capacities. She will continue to oversee all technology operations and project management. Smith is responsible for deploying new technologies, enhancement of customers' technology experience, improving operational efficiency and provisioning security and cyber threat protection.
Harley Whitlock has been named senior vice president. He has worked at the bank for 37 years, most recently as first vice president and senior credit officer. He will continue overseeing credit administration, focusing on the building of strong asset standing and risk management.
Bryan Hubbert has been named vice president, lending officer. He joined the bank in 2014 as a commercial and agriculture lending officer in the Winchester branch. He has over 14 years of customer service experience. Hubbert has a bachelor of science degree in agriculture from Western Illinois University.
Dr. Paul Miller received the Orthodontist of the Year award from the University of Missouri Kansas City-School of Dentistry. He is a specialist in orthodontics and dento-facial orthopedics and is certified with the American Board of Orthodontists. He also is past president of the College of Diplomats of the American Board of Orthodontists. He practices in Quincy.