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Special Recognition – 70 Years


Warren E. Rieman United Bank of Union


Warren E. Rieman began his 70-year career in banking at Lindell Trust Company in St. Louis in 1950. Warren served in nearly every capacity at Lindell Trust Company, with a focus in operations and lending. He attributes his work ethic and professional


development largely to Russell Greenleaf, who served as executive vice president at that time.


When asked what community banking means to him, Warren said, “I was always intrigued by the business of banking. Of course, I’ve seen the business change throughout my career, but the underlying basics remain the same. If a loan request makes sense, we make it happen. And when depositors have special needs, we accommodate whenever possible. Tat’s what community banking’s all about.”


His commitment to serving the community flourished when he joined United Bank of Union in 1988 as an executive vice president. Within five years, he was promoted to president and chief executive officer of United Bank of Union. In early 2000, Warren was appointed to the board of directors and named vice chairman.


Warren retired as bank president in 2002 and was appointed board chairman. Troughout a span of 32 years with United Bank of Union, Warren continues to be a valuable and respected individual with years of knowledge, experience and insight that have contributed to the bank’s growth in the community.


MBA congratulates Warren and his wife, Jan, in celebration of 70 years in banking.


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