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Banker Lori Grover recently celebrated 15 years with Landmark Bank. Eric Wells, bank president in Houston, congratulated her and presented her with a gift basket. (Photo provided)

(Houston) – Personal Banker Lori Grover from Landmark Bank in Houston, celebrated 15 years with the bank recently.

She has worked as teller and new account representative in the bank and now enjoys her role as a Personal Banker. She also worked at Landmark Bank in Licking and when there was a branch in Raymondville.

“When I started at the bank I was interested in a job that would be a challenge and allow me to continue to work with the public. I found the perfect fit at Landmark Bank,” she added.

“I’ve had the opportunity to work with great coworkers through the years and been blessed with meeting a variety of great customers,” Grover explained.

She graduated from Plato High School and attended Southwest Baptist University. She graduated there with a double major of Psychology and Sociology and a double minor in Counseling and Discipleship.

Landmark Bank President Eric Wells commented, “Lori is one of the most loyal and dedicated bankers I know. She brings years of experience and stability to our teller line here in Houston,” he explained. “She is always one of the first to step up and help with fundraising and community events and is a wonderful asset to the bank.”

Grover and her husband Byron have been married for 16 years and they live in Licking. “The light of our lives are our three children, Joy who is 13, Spencer who is 10 and Autumn who is 9,” she said. She enjoys going to church, cooking, walking, reading, fishing and outdoor activities such as gardening and yard work.

Landmark Bank currently has locations in seven Southern Missouri communities including Houston, Licking, Cabool, Birch Tree, Mountain View, West Plains and Willow Springs. Landmark Bank started in southern Missouri in the early 1900s and over time expanded and opened new banks in Missouri, south central Oklahoma and north central Texas.

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