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Fayetteville Professionals Excel in Financial Management and Engineering: A Series of Accomplishments”.

BySamantha Nguyen

Apr 21, 2024
Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Business People

In Fayetteville, Alli Mazzanti has been named the trust officer for Farmers & Merchants Bank. She will manage and maintain IRAs, agency, and trust accounts in her new role. Mazzanti holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Central Arkansas and has completed the Cannon Financial Trust School Program.

Michael Scott has also been promoted to associate at McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc. He was recognized for his dedication to his work and received this well-deserved promotion. Morris, who holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Arkansas, was also promoted to associate at the company. He was recognized for his hard work and dedication.

First Community Bank has appointed Craig Boone as senior vice president and regional trust manager. Boone completed the National Graduate Trust School at Northwestern University and will be located at the bank’s Fayetteville branch.

Individuals with accomplishments in Northwest Arkansas are highlighted in these briefs, including new hires, promotions, award recipients, or certification achievers. If you have information about an individual’s accomplishment that you would like to see featured in future briefs, please email it to [email protected] by noon on the Wednesday prior to publication on Sunday.

By Samantha Nguyen

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