Dave Kirschner, executive chairman of Town and Country Financial Corporation, the parent company of Town and Country Bank, whose operations include branches in Metro East, announced at the corporation’s annual meeting the election of two new directors to the board, Jennifer Wagner and Scott Garwood.
Additionally, Kirschner announced John Cobb will retire as a member of the board but will continue to serve as an advisory director.
Wagner, a Springfield, Ill., native, is the president and CEO of Maintenance Supply Corporation and Masco Packaging & Industrial Supply, where she started her career in 1991. As an active member of the Springfield community, Wagner also serves on the Springfield Art Association and Springfield Parks Foundation board.
Garwood is an attorney and partner at Samuels Miller Law firm in Decatur, where he’s worked for the last 19 years. His practice is in business and commercial law, municipal law, probate and wills, and trusts and estate planning. Garwood serves as a board member for St. Teresa High School and the Greater Decatur Chamber of Commerce, where his term will end in July 2021.
“Jennifer and Scott are active members of the communities we serve, and we are excited to add their perspectives to our Board of Directors. They both are accomplished professionals and business leaders and we believe Town and Country’s shareholders, customers, and employees will benefit from their contributions,” said Micah Bartlett, president and CEO of Town and Country Financial Corporation. “I am also looking forward to working more closely with John in his new role as an Advisory Director to further improve our governance, development, and planning efforts.”
About Town and Country Financial Corp.
Town and Country Financial Corporation is the parent holding company for Town and Country Bank and Town and Country Banc Mortgage Services Inc., with offices in Edwardsville, Fairview Heights,Bloomington, Buffalo, Decatur, , Jacksonville, Lincoln, Mount Zion, Springfield, and Quincy. The Quincy branch operates under the name of Peoples Prosperity Bank. Town and Country Financial Corporation shares are quoted under the symbol TWCF.