John Archer

Senior Vice President, Trust Officer
Mr. Archer earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS in 1963 and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Arkansas in 1971. He has worked in the trust departments of Columbia Union National Bank, Boatmen's Bancorp, Bank of America and joined Community Bank of Raymore in 1998.

Leslie Arnold

Vice President, Trust Officer
Mrs. Arnold earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from the University of Missouri, Kansas City in 1996. She is a graduate of the American Bankers Association’s National Trust School. She previously worked in the mutual fund business for State Street for 10 years, and joined Community Bank of Raymore in 2006.

Sherrie Lindquist, CTFA

Vice President, Trust Officer
Ms. Lindquist attended Missouri State University, is a graduate of the ABA National Graduate Trust School and is a Certified Trust and Financial Advisor. She previously worked in the trust department of Boatmen’s Bancorp and joined Community Bank of Raymore in 1998.

Donna Walsh, CTFA

Senior Vice President/Trust Officer
Mrs. Walsh has enjoyed almost 40 years in banking, with most of her focus on trust and estate planning services. She holds the Certified Trust and Financial Advisor designation (CTFA) from the Institute of Certified Bankers, a division of the American Bankers Association. This designation was earned in 2001 and maintained ever since by attending continuing educations courses in the specific areas of administration, investments, tax, personal finance and ethics. She enjoys working with people and is available to share experiences and lessons learned as a Trust Officers who has helped people from all walks of life. She and her husband make Lee’s Summit their home.

Please call us at (816) 322-2100 or email us at Trust@cbronline.net to see how we may be of service to you.

Trust investments are not insured by the FDIC. Trust investments are not deposits or obligations of the institution and are not guaranteed by the institution. Trust investments are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of the principal amount invested.