Bank of Springfield has announced the promotion of McKenzie Breihan to community bank president.
Breihan is located in the BOS Glen Carbon Banking Center serving the communities of Glen Carbon and Edwardsville. She will also oversee the bank’s branch in Staunton.
Breihan joined BOS as vice president of Commercial Lending in 2015. She has 21 years of experience in banking. Earlier this year, Breihan was awarded the T. Edward McEvers GEM Award by bank management for outstanding customer service.
“McKenzie goes above and beyond for her customers, coworkers and her community and she will continue to do so in her new role. She is a great role model for our team in Glen Carbon and Staunton,” said Tom Marantz, chairman of the board and CEO of Bank of Springfield.
A graduate of Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville, Breihan is a Corporate Member of the Edwardsville/Glen Carbon Chamber of Commerce, Past President of the Edwardsville Children’s Museum and a founding member of 100+ Women of the 618.
Breihan said, “I have called Edwardsville my home for over 20 years and am excited to head up this market as the Community Bank President. BOS and our branch, pride ourselves on integrity, great customer service and a true network while introducing community members to one another.”
BOS was founded in 1965 in Springfield and remains locally owned and operated. BOS serves eight communities in Illinois with full-service branches in Springfield, Chatham, Jacksonville, Quincy, Shiloh, Swansea, Staunton and Glen Carbon and has one branch and a lending center in Brentwood, Mo.