Out of Office: Chrissy Neff

Chrissy Neff, a digital systems administrator at $1 billion-asset Bank of Clarke County in Berryville, Va., adopted her first pet goat in 2018 and has since expanded her farm family to three goats—Lightning, Uni and Jerry—and Benjamin, a miniature donkey.

Out of Office: Derek Fraley

The president and CEO of $53 million-asset Systematic Savings Bank in Springfield, Mo., has a passion for rare book collecting that led him to create the Fraley Family Rare Books Endowment in support of the Special Collections & Archives at Missouri State University.

Out of Office: Kandie Romines

The vice president, loan officer and lending services administrator at $414 million-asset Shamrock Bank in Coalgate, Okla., has showed livestock since the fourth grade, a hobby that she now continues with her family.

11 hot-button issues you should know about

While the political landscape in Washington, D.C., has changed considerably over the past year, ICBA continues to work with regulators and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle for the betterment of community banks and their customers.

Out of Office: Matt Smith

Matt Smith, market president of $3.3 billion-asset Dacotah Bank in the Phillips Centre branch of Sioux Falls, S.D., runs races everywhere from Boston to Canada. To complete his bucket list, he’s now training to someday be able to complete marathons in London, Tokyo and Berlin.

Orvin Kimbrough

Out of Office: Orvin Kimbrough

The chairman and CEO of $2.3 billion-asset Midwest BankCentre in St. Louis has been teaching students valuable leadership skills for more than a decade as a Washington University adjunct professor.

Kenesha Davis

Out of Office: Kenesha Davis

Kenesha Davis, a Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) specialist at $1.4 billion-asset Lincoln Savings Bank in Reinbeck, Iowa, has turned her hobby of crocheting into a successful side business.

40 under 40

40 Under 40: 2021’s Emerging Community Bank Leaders

Our third annual 40 Under 40: Emerging Community Bank Leaders competition highlights young community bankers who stepped up to help their banks navigate a chaotic year. Meet our 2021 winners and see how they champion community banking across various categories.

Kyle DeCicco

Out of Office: Kyle DeCicco

The executive vice president and senior loan officer at $740 million-asset Sanibel Captiva Community Bank in Sanibel, Fla., competes in Ironman triathlons, tests of endurance that involve swimming 2.4 miles, cycling 112 miles and running a marathon.

Out of Office: Rose Hopman

Rose Hopman, community support services and money management workshop instructor at $250 million-asset High Plains Bank in Longmont, Colo., began quilting with her family as a child. Now, she uses her talents to create lasting memories for her family and friends.