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Salmon joins First Service Bank

Salmon joins First Service Bank

First Service Bank has named Brayden Salmon as a Loan Officer and Business Development Officer at its Greenbrier location.

“My primary focus at First Service Bank will be growing deposits for the bank, with the ability to also originate loans for customers when needed,” he said.

A graduate of the University of Central Arkansas, Brayden has three years of experience in banking. In addition, he worked the last five years in the oil and gas industry in Arkansas and neighboring states.

“I am a big people person but also a very math-minded individual. Banking allows me to do both of those things simultaneously,” Brayden said. “I hope that I am able to help our business grow while building relationships by providing a service to the community.”

As a former employee, Brayden is familiar with and was drawn to the positive work environment at First Service and the bank’s strong commitment to customer service. “FSB always held a special place in my life due to it being my first ‘real’ job after graduating high school,” he said. “I have kept relationships with many employees and customers while out of banking. I am excited to return to banking and grow those relationships while developing many new ones.”

Born in Camden, Brayden has spent the last 17 years in Greenbrier and currently lives in Clinton. He is a member of Central Baptist Church in Conway.

In his new position at FSB, Brayden is excited to be a part of the growing community of Greenbrier and First Service. “The lending side of banking has always been a personal goal. I am excited to be able to incorporate the skills I have gained by working in different industries since being out of banking,” he said. “I know a variety of people and look forward to using that to help grow our business at First Service.” 

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, Yellville, and soon-to-be Maumelle. For more information, visit