Written by The Herald-News
Sam Waters, president and CEO of First Community Bank in Glasgow, was elected vice chairman of the Montana Bankers Association at the 110th annual membership meeting.
Waters will serve one year as a policy maker for the banking community. Waters was also re-elected to represent the northeastern region as an MBA director.
Waters was born and raised in Froid on the family farm.
He graduated Montana State University with bachelor’s degree in accounting and ag business. Waters also attended and graduated from the Pacific Coast Banking School.
His career started with Farm Credit in 1977, where he worked for 14 years. Waters joined First Community Bank in 1991, as vice president/ag loan officer, and was appointed president in 1999.
Waters is married to Judy and enjoys hunting, fishing and golfing.
The Montana Bankers Association brings together all categories of banking institutions to best represent the interests of the rapidly changing industry. Its membership — which includes community, regional and money center banks and holding companies, as well as trust companies and savings banks — makes MBA the largest banking trade association in Montana.
MBA can be found on the internet at www.montanabankers.com.