Exchange Bank honors Donna Wimberly

The Exchange Bank Board of Directors honored Donna Wimberly for her 40 years of service.  During the presentation, Donna reflected on her years of experience and the joys and challenges she has encountered being a banker in a small community.  She also expressed her appreciation to the Board of Directors for making Exchange Bank such a pleasant place to work.  She loves her bank family and bank customers and plans to continue her career at Exchange Bank.

“It’s a privilege to work with Donna and to acknowledge her remarkable legacy of unwavering commitment and steadfast loyalty,” said President and CEO Mike Newton. “We eagerly anticipate sharing many more years alongside her within our Exchange Bank family. Over her four decades of devoted service, Donna has worn multiple hats, from her early days as a Bank Teller to her current role as Main Office Head Teller. Yet, Donna’s influence transcends her official titles; she has served as a guiding light and mentor, leaving a mark not only on Exchange Bank but on our entire Natchitoches community.”

Donna began her educational journey with a bachelor’s and master’s degree from USL (now ULL) and continued her pursuit of excellence with a +30 in Home Economics from Northwestern State University.

Outside of her professional accomplishments, Donna is deeply involved in her community and values her family. She and her late husband, Bryan Wimberly, have a daughter and son in law, Laura, and Donovan Davis, and six beautiful grandchildren. She is also an active member of The Minor Basilica of Immaculate Conception Church, and the local PEO.

Board Chairman Joe Henry stated, “Donna’s unwavering dedication to her family, community, and her steadfast four-decade journey with Exchange Bank is nothing short of commendable. We take immense pride in having Donna as a member of our team, and we eagerly look ahead to many more years of her invaluable contributions. Congratulations to Donna on achieving this remarkable milestone!”

Pictured: Joe Henry, Donna Wimberly and Mike Newton