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Spencer Day has been named a loan and business development officer at First Service Bank.

Image titleSpencer Day has been named a loan and business development officer at First Service Bank.

“We are excited to see Spencer grow with First Service Bank.  His roots to the Little Rock community will be valuable to our team. “ said Tom Grumbles, CEO for First Service Bank.

In his new position at the Little Rock location of First Service, Spencer’s goal is to bring new clients to the bank and help grow the business in his everyday work life. “Whether that be through lending or just conversing with people, I want to help contribute to the growth of the bank,” he said.

Spencer graduated in May from the University of Arkansas. He majored in finance with a real estate concentration, with minors in accounting and legal studies.

“With my degree and accounting minor, I studied a lot of real estate finance and learned the accounting side of businesses and how essential it is,” Spencer said. “I became drawn to banking because the industry is very diverse with something new every day. 

“I wanted to learn more about how banks operate, how essential banks are to our economy and how banks are helpful for everyone, from small businesses to large corporations. I hope to help someone new everyday through the banking profession and to contribute to growth in many different aspects, including helping a customer grow their business and helping grow First Service Bank.”

Born and raised in Little Rock, Spencer graduated in 2018 from Little Rock Catholic High School. He is an alumni member of Sigma Chi Fraternity and a member at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church.

In his position at First Service, Spencer said he is excited to meet new people and contribute to the growth of the bank. “I hope I can help a customer each and every day to accomplish their goals,” he said. “I also want to be a valuable team member at the bank that can benefit the institution as a whole.”

Spencer said when he researched First Service, he was impressed to learn that the bank prides itself on superior service. “I believe service is a crucial part in building relationships with customers, especially in the banking profession.”

First Service Bank, with its headquarters in Faulkner County, has been in operation for more than 60 years and has locations in Clinton, Conway, Dermott, Flippin, Greenbrier, Little Rock, Mountain View, Shirley and Yellville. For more information, visit