Vieira, Luetkemeyer Nominated For MBA Chairman, Chairman-Elect
Anne Vieira, senior vice president/bank operations and finance of Saints Avenue Bank in New London, has been nominated for the office of MBA chairman. Brice Luetkemeyer, chairman, president and CEO of Bank of St. Elizabeth, has been nominated to serve as MBA chairman-elect. They will stand for election at the June 13 business meeting during MBA’s 129th Annual Convention at the Hilton Branson Convention Center. Vieira appointed Deron Burr, president/CEO of People’s Bank of Seneca, to serve as MBA treasurer for the coming year. Officers will be installed June 13 during the Chairman’s Banquet at convention.
|Anne Vieira has been in banking for 25 years. She joined Saints Avenue Bank in 1994 after working for the National Park Service and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. A member of the bank’s board of directors, Vieira has overseen compliance, audit, human resources and marketing. She currently is MBA chairman-elect and has served on the MBA Board of Directors since 2016, the Budget and Audit Committee, the Membership Committee, the Mark Twain PAC Committee and the MBA Bankers Benefit Corporation Board of Directors.
|Brice Luetkemeyer joined the Bank of St. Elizabeth in 1988. He was named chairman, president and CEO of the holding company in 2000 and was named chairman, president and CEO of the bank in 2009. He has more than 30 years of banking experience. Luetkemeyer has served on the MBA Board of Directors, the Budget and Audit Committee, the Government Relations Committee and the Capital PAC Committee. He previously was a bank examiner and field supervisor for the Missouri Division of Finance.
| Deron Burr has served as president/CEO of People’s Bank of Seneca since 2005. A banker for more than three decades, Burr has served on the MBA Board of Directors since 2016. He also has served on MBA’s Budget and Audit Committee, the Executive Management Committee and the Ozark PAC Committee. For three years, Burr served on the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council.
The Missouri Banker