Randy Sims, Chief Executive Officer of Centennial Bank, recently announced several promotions in the Conway Market. “I couldn’t be happier to announce the promotions of these exceptional bankers. These four have been ‘go-to’ folks for Centennial Bank over the years. Their hard work and dedication have been keys to our becoming the largest bank in the market. Our bank has thrived under their leadership.” said Sims.
David Druey was promoted to the position of President of the Conway region which covers Conway, Greenbrier, Mayflower, Vilonia, Quitman and Morrilton. He was one of the founding employees of the Bank.
Druey is a graduate of The University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) in Oxford, Mississippi with a bachelor’s degree in finance. He is also a graduate of the Louisiana State University School of Banking in Baton Rouge and the Faulkner County Leadership Institute.
Druey is formerly involved with the American Red Cross and the Boys Scouts of America where he achieved the status of an eagle scout. Druey and his wife Kristin live in Greenbrier and have four children: Alex, Denver, Claudia and Kaidin.
Greg Sanson was recently promoted to the position of Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer of the Conway region. Sanson’s new responsibilities include oversight of bank lending in addition to his current responsibilities as a lending officer in the Conway region. He joined the bank in 2002. Sanson is a life long resident of Faulkner County of is a graduate of Conway High School. He obtained a degree in finance from the University of Central Arkansas and also is a graduate of the Louisiana State University School of Graduate Banking in Baton Rouge and several Arkansas lending schools.
Sanson is a commissioner for the Arkansas Manufactured Housing Commission and on the board of Conway Country Club and the Conway High School Foundation. He is a former board member of the Boys and Girls Club of Faulkner Co. and a graduate of the Faulkner Co. Leadership Institute. He has one son, Kyler, and they reside in Conway.
Cynthia Frost was promoted to Senior Vice President. She will maintain her job function as head of retail and security in the Conway region. Frost joined the bank in 1999 shortly after its founding.
Frost is a graduate of Mt. Vernon High School and attended the University of Central Arkansas. She is also a graduate of the Mid South School of Banking in Memphis and the Faulkner County Leadership Institute.
Frost is active with Greenbrier Schools and is a past fund raising chair with the March of Dimes and has volunteered with the American Cancer Society and numerous other local charities. Frost resides in Greenbrier with her husband, Darren, and two children Christan and Connor.
Jeanne Love was promoted to Senior Vice President. She will continue her job function as head lending officer in the Conway region. Love joined the bank in 2000.
Love is a graduate of Conway High School and attended University of Central Arkansas. She is also a cum laude graduate of the Mid South School of Banking in Memphis and the Faulkner County Leadership Institute. Love is on the board of the Faulkner County Single Parent Scholarship Committee, the Arkansas Regional Commission for the Conway Housing Authority and the Central Arkansas Bereaved Parents Association. She is former president to the Toad Suck Daze Committee and has served on the boards of Haven, Big Brothers Big Sisters, The Salvation Army and volunteers at Wooster Elementary School.
Love resides in Wooster with her husband, Ray, and their daughter Katie.