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Bill Stacy named VP of First Community Bank Mortgage

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

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First Community Bank which is headquartered in Batesville recently appointed Bill Stacy as Vice President and Mortgage Loan Officer of First Community Bank's Jonesboro mortgage office.

"We are pleased to have someone of Bill Stacy's caliber at the helm of our new Jonesboro loan production office," Boris Dover, President and Chief Operating Officer, said. "He has over twenty-two years of mortgage lending experience in the Jonesboro community and also brings an extensive background in the real estate and insurance professions."

The First Community Bank Mortgage office is located at 708-B Windover in Jonesboro, and Bill Stacy can be reached at 932-3562. First Community offers a wide range of loan programs, loan pre-approvals and good faith estimates.

"I look forward to working with my friends and customers in Jonesboro and the surrounding communities. First Community Bank's Mortgage Lending Department has been very aggressive in the growth of their Secondary Market Division," said Stacy. "Our team comprises nine mortgage specialists who adeptly assist individuals with customized financing and customer service that is second to none. First Community Bank is well known for its 'community first' attitude, and I appreciate the opportunity to represent this bank in the northeast Arkansas region."

Stacy is a native of northeast Arkansas and holds a degree from Arkansas State University. He and his wife, Jerrie, have two children. A son, Billy DeLoy, and his wife Tonya live in Ravenden, and a daughter, Jo Jette Wicker, resides in Jonesboro. Stacy currently serves on the Jonesboro Chamber of Commerce Aviation Committee and is licensed with the Arkansas Real Estate Commission. He is a member of the Jonesboro Country Club and the Monette Masonic Lodge.

First Community Bank was founded in Batesville in 1997 and is a locally owned and operated bank with full service locations in Independence, Sharp, White, and Lonoke counties. At the end of the 2007, First Community Bank had assets of $481 million and loans totaling more than $360 million.



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