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Business Observer Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019 4 months ago

Bank adds three executives to wealth management, financial services teams

Centennial Bank welcomes Roger Martin, Gessie Lipscomb and Carla Schoolfield to its Tampa office.

TAMPA — Centennial Bank, headquartered in Conway, Ark., continues to grow its southwest Florida market with the appointment of three executives to its Tampa-based wealth management and financial services departments.

Roger Martin. Courtesy photo.

According to a press release, Roger Martin will work with individual and corporate clients to develop customized financial plans that meet their investment and insurance objectives, while Gessie Lipscomb will help clients implement wealth strategies that integrate needs for income in retirement, investment management, education and legacy planning, and insurance. Carla Schoolfield will serve as a business development officer and work with advisors across Centennial Bank’s footprint.

Carla Schoolfield. Courtesy photo.

“We are thrilled to welcome Roger, Gessie and Carla to our Centennial Bank family,” states David Druey, Centennial Bank’s Florida regional president, in the release. “These talented additions to our team will positively contribute to our mission of providing our community with the financial resources they need to reach their goals and prepare for the future.”

Martin and Lipscomb are both certified financial planners, the release states; Schoolfield holds a FINRA Series 7 securities registration with Ameriprise Financial.

As of June 30, 2019, Centennial Bank's parent company, Home BankShares Inc. (NASDAQ: HOMB), had more than $15.2 billion in total assets. It reported $659 million in revenue last year, up from $540 million in 2017. 

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