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Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Omaha Branch

The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Omaha Branch is one of three branches of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.[1] The branch which is in Omaha, Nebraska opened on September 4, 1917.[1]

Current Board of Directors

The following people are on the board of directors as of 2013:[2]

Appointed by the Federal Reserve Bank

Appointed by the Federal Reserve Bank
Name Title Term Expires
JoAnn M. Martin Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer
Ameritas Life Insurance Corp.
Lincoln, Nebraska
2013
Jeff W. Krejci President
First State Bank
Hickman, Nebraska
2014
Brian D. Esch President and Chief Executive Officer
McCook National Bank
McCook, Nebraska
2015
James L Thom Vice President
T-L Irrigation Co.
Hastings, Nebraska
2015

Appointed by the Board of Governors

Appointed by the Board of Governors
Name Title Term Expires
Anne Hindery
Chief Executive Officer
Nonprofit Association of the Midlands
Omaha, Nebraska
2013
James C. Farrell
(Chair)
President and Chief Executive Officer
Farmers National Company
Omaha, Nebraska
2014
G. Richard Russell President & Chief Executive Officer
Millard Lumber Inc.
Omaha, Nebraska
2015

See also

References

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