Adams Dairy Bank promotes Kevin Vogt

BLUE SPRINGS, MO. (January 3, 2013) – Adams Dairy Bank today announced the promotion of Kevin Vogt to assistant vice president and cashier. A Blue Springs native, Vogt first began working with Adams Dairy Bank as a credit analyst in 2008 and has since held the positions of accounting officer, and controller.

“Kevin’s career with our bank has paralleled our own growth, development and maturity,” said David Chinnery, president and CEO. “From his first role as a credit analyst to today, Kevin has taken on new challenges as our bank has developed and grown.”

As the bank rapidly approaches their five-year anniversary, Vogt reflects on the bank’s success, “It’s very exciting to have played a part in much of what the bank has accomplished,” said Vogt. “We have made our mark as a truly local, community oriented bank in every way, and are very proud of the relationships we have formed, and continue to form with the customers every day.”

Vogt attended Blue Springs South High School, and continued on to graduate from the University of Missouri with a BS Business Administration with an emphasis in finance and economics. He is also active in the Blue Springs Community, serving as the current treasurer of the Blue Springs Rotary Club.

About Adams Dairy Bank Adams Dairy Bank, located near the intersection of I-70 and Adams Dairy Bank Parkway, is a full-service community bank serving the greater eastern Jackson County community. Based in Blue Springs, Mo., the Adams Dairy Bank staff, board members and their nearly 190 local shareholders are creating a banking-family environment by serving individuals, small- to mid-size business owners, and professional corporations in the region. In addition to their convenient location in Coronado Place, Adams Dairy Bank customers have access to 555 ATMs through the UltraSF network. For more information, visit www.AdamsDairyBank.com.

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